About Pottery Classes
Both day and evening classes are offered four times a year, and are taught by studio-certified teachers. We keep our class size small with a maximum of 9 students to ensure we meet the needs of the novice potter, while also challenging the more skilled potter.
Classes are generally geared for beginning and intermediate students. Advanced potters may attend classes and work at their own pace or may be offered opportunities to participate in special workshops designed to support their continued growth.
Advanced potters may want to consider becoming a renter or member. (See our membership
page). Keep your eyes on our workshops
page for announcements of special offerings! One day workshops are another opportunity for intermediate and advanced students to explore new techniques (i.e. raku, saggar, or wood firings).
For more information about classes, times, and tuition, see Class curriculum and registration
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Anyone who has spent time studying pottery knows that it requires not only excellent teaching, but lots of practice. With the exception of scheduled class time and occasional member meetings, our students enjoy unlimited 24-hour access to our bright, clean, secure studio. There is no extra charge for practice time.
Equipment available in our studio:
The studio features 10 pottery wheels, a slab roller, an extruder, wedging table, spray booth for glazing, electric and gas kiln for firing as well as kilns to fire Raku and Saggar pottery. A variety of glazes are available for your use for each firing type.