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Keith Kreeger is somewhat of an unofficial mayor of Austin; you’ll often see him—not to mention his dinnerware and serving plates—at restaurants and cultural events.

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[At Keith Kreeger Studios] a hot kiln can be entrusted with earthenware, stoneware, porcelain, and . . . brisket?. In his East Austin studio, Keith Kreeger sets his three kilns to 2,400 degrees.   Read more...


Join Brad at Keith Kreeger Studios in Austin, Texas as he learns how to make ceramics, from wedging clay and using a wheel to glazing and firing. Spoiler alert: Brad actually makes a decently useable bowl.   Watch more...

Here's the funny thing about one of the hottest names in Austin's restaurant scene right now: He's not a chef, or even a bartender, he's a ceramicist. Keith Kreeger's work is playing a major role in how we dine — both in Austin and across the country.   Read more...

Keith Kreeger wants to get intimate. “How many pieces of art do you hold on a daily basis?” he asks on a recent visit to his pottery studio in East Austin.   Read more...


Not everyone recognizes the power of pottery, but not everyone has seen Keith Kreeger’s handcrafted ceramics.   Watch more...

“People in Austin have been interacting with my work during their evenings out at many of our city’s great restaurants,” Kreeger says. “Now they can bring the pieces into their homes.”   Read more...

The first time I encountered Keith Kreeger’s pottery was at the media preview dinner for Qui. I immediately noticed how Keith’s modern handmade pieces provided a welcome contrast to the striking food presentation on the plate... Read more...


Sitting at the helm of Austin’s burgeoning ceramics industry is artist Keith Kreeger... Kreeger has been mastering the art of porcelain for 20 years and is perhaps most known for his restaurant partnerships.   Read more...

With the Austin Food & Wine Festival right around the corner... we've got the Texas city on our minds. So we asked potter and Austin resident Keith Kreeger to share some of his favorite local spots with us. Read more...

My guest today is Keith Kreeger, an Austin-based porcelain wares designer for restaurants and chefs. Listen to more...


Our 24 Hours in Austin guide comes to us from ceramicist Keith Kreeger. Although originally an East Coaster, Keith made the move to Austin with his family in 2009 and hasn’t looked back. Read more...

Sitting next to his wife, Evangelina, and their cavapoo, Charlie, on a patio sofa at their Tarrytown home, Keith Kreeger takes a weekday evening to relax after work in his new East Austin studio. Read more...

Keith Kreeger does not actually call himself an Austin City Limits Music Festival expert, but judging by his social media, we certainly consider him one. The Austin ceramicist has hosted impromptu backstage pottery classes... Read more...


Traveler caught up with some of Austin's top influencers for the ultimate Austin local experience. “A stroll through Uncommon Objects, shopping for old postcards, Dr Pepper crates, and Art Deco lamps, is an Austin ritual.”   Read more...

At some of the best restaurants around the world, chefs are collaborating with ceramacists on hand-thrown clay dinnerware. Read more...

[Tilet| hasn’t yet reached “Supreme status where people are like, lined up at the door.” She adds, “But hopefully one day!” They almost achieved that dream when they created a ceramicist’s apron with Austin-based potter Keith Kreeger. Read more...


“I see Barley Swine as a representation of a place and time,” said Gilmore. “We try to showcase ingredients that are available right here in Texas and to stay true to the seasons... Each dish is presented on locally crafted stoneware from Keith Kreeger in Austin.   Read more...

Keith Kreeger does not actually call himself an Austin City Limits Music Festival expert, but judging by his social media, we certainly consider him one. [He] has hosted impromptu backstage pottery classes... always seems to be hanging out with cool bands...  Read more...

Based in Austin, Texas, Keith Kreeger believes “that a meal with friends that you’ve spent hours preparing calls for dinnerware crafted with the same care.”   Read more...


When dining at any number of Austin’s best restaurants one of the most dazzling aspects of the beautiful dishes served is often the plate itself. Who makes these striking pieces? ... The answer is the same: Keith Kreeger.   Read more...

The holidays are coming, meaning it’s time to start buying people stuff. Lots of stuff. And what better strategy is there for gift-giving than leaning into the one thing pretty much everyone loves: food.   Read more...