Classes for Adults
About Our Studio
Our teaching studio has 10 pottery wheels and two large work tables for hand-building. You have the opportunity to try your hand at both the wheel and hand-built work. You will have the chance to complete several pieces by the end of class.
Students also learn proper clay management and studio maintenance. Good habits and skills are needed to reduce the accumulation of clay dust in any studio.
All work made in class is bisque-fired, glazed by you, and finally glaze-fired in kilns at the studio. The class fee includes one 20-lb bag of studio clay. Additional bags of clay can be purchased when needed. All studio glazes and firing is included in the class fee.
Privilege of Membership = members get 10% off class tuition
Membership has its privileges! Consider joining our Guild and receive a 10% discount on class tuition. See our Membership page to learn the many benefits of general membership in the Guild. You must be registered as a General, Studio or RAM Member, to receive the discount.
Online Registration for January 2022 Classes OPEN December 12th
Our next round of classes starts January 10th, 2022
Important Notification: Our COVID-19 Protocol requires that all class participants and instructors who enter the building must be fully vaccinated. (You are considered fully vaccinated 14 days after your second dose.) Proof of vaccination will be required to attend class.
Beginner/Intermediate Level Classes will run:
Monday AM: Jan 10 - Mar 28 9am–12 noon (No class February 21 or March 14)
Monday PM: Jan 10 - Mar 28 7pm–10pm (No class February 21 or March 14)
Tuesday AM: Jan 11 - Mar 22 9am–12 noon (No class March 15)
Tuesday PM: Jan 11 - Mar 22 7pm–10pm (No class March 15)
No experience required for Beginner/Intermediate. All levels welcome.
*Intermediate Level Class will run:
Wednesday PM: Jan 12 - Mar 23 7pm–10pm (No class March 16)
*Class is for INTERMEDIATE levels only.
Students must have taken at least 3 sessions (10 weeks each) of our Beginner classes, or a previous session of our Intermediate class. Please see course description for additional information.
Cost per 10-week session:
Class Size Limit: 8 participants
The focus of this class will be on adjusting and fine-tuning throwing techniques to get more consistent results. Instruction will be geared toward form refinement and development, including improved trimming of pots to create "quality" pieces vs. "quantity." Alternative decorating or glazing techniques will be explored. Other areas to try will be altering thrown forms, throwing larger pieces and throwing specific forms, such as lids and closed forms.
Class is for INTERMEDIATE levels. Students must have taken at least 3 sessions (10 weeks each) of our Beginner classes, or a previous session of our Intermediate class. Please see course description for additional information.
Advanced Classes - No Advanced Classes are being offered at this time.
Need extra clay for your current class?
Students are provided with one sleeve of clay per session. If you require more clay for your current class session, purchase extra clay here. We offer both new or reclaimed clay.