Five Week Pottery Class
This is a five week pottery class, perfect for beginners and intermediates. Learn the basics on the pottery wheel and some hand building. We will teach you how to throw different forms, alter, trim, and glaze.
Classes include overview of contemporary and historic ceramic artworks, demonstrations and hands-on wheel-throwing techniques, hand building techniques, glaze application and studio time as per evening curriculum agenda.
Teens get a $10 discount
Open studio time on 4 Friday nights or 4 Wednesday (24 possible hours)
Use of equipment (must bring own tools and apron, we sell tool kits for $15)
25lb bag of clay
Studio glazes, and firings included with 25lb bag
Extra bag of clay is $31 and includes firing fees, tax not included.
*Firing fees will be charged for pieces made outside of the studio that you bring in.
Basic Course– Intro to Clay: Stoneware clay (cone 6) and assorted dipping glazes
Intermediates and experts welcome. We tailor lessons to your individual needs.
DISCLAIMER: We currently own 10 working potter’s wheels therefore only 10 individuals, teen or adult can work on the wheel at a time. There are large tables and a slab roller available for hand building artworks which can be utilized by the entire class at any time. We can only run a class with a minimum of 5 students and a maximum of 10 students in order to best facilitate learning wheel-throwing and hand building techniques in a qualitative, informative and intimate environment.
General Class Refund and Cancellation Policy:
For a full refund, classes must be cancelled 72 hours prior to the start of the first class. Classes are not prorated and missed classes will not be credited. If a class has less then 5 students, we reserve the right to cancel the class and then issue a full refund. Any artwork left after 30 days becomes property of the studio.
Mondays 6 pm-9 pm, October 29 through November 26, Wednesday 9 am-12 pm, November 7 through December 12, Wednesday 6 pm-9 pm, November 14 through December 12, Saturday 9 am- 12 pm, November 10 through December 8