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Below is a description of our continuing courses, which generally run 8 weeks and cost $420.

Registration for our continuing courses next open on Monday, July 24 at 9 AM

Please note there will be no open spots for our Wednesday night throwing class.

To register for open classes go here.

Intro to Clay Techniques: Coils, pinching, and wheel OH MY is an 8 week class offering students 4 weeks of handbuilding practice with an emphasis on pinch, coil, slab building, and another 4 weeks of introduction to wheel throwing.

The class is designed to give students with little to no experience with pottery a thorough introduction to clay fundamentals in order to prepare students for working on the wheel.


This class is aimed toward beginners but more advanced students are welcome to enroll.

DATES: Thursday afternoons, 3-6 PM Sept 14-Nov 2

Creating Functional Wares with Handbuilding is an 8 week course designed to give participants a chance to explore handbuilding techniques through pinching, coiling, and working with slabs. Students will deepen their knowledge about clay properties and character through hands-on demonstrations by an instructor and  suggested and self-guided projects.  


Students will focus on making functional pottery such as mugs, bowls, vases and also tackling more advanced creations.

This class is a hybrid of both beginners and more advanced students.

Open to people 18 years old and up.

DATES: Tues evenings, 6-9 PM Sept 12-Oct 31

Beginner Wheel Throwing is an 8-week course is designed to introduce you to the process of shaping clay on a potter's wheel. You'll learn the fundamental techniques of wheel throwing, from centering the clay to creating various forms like cups, bowls, and vases. We'll explore the proper hand positioning, pressure control, and how to use basic pottery tools effectively. 

Throughout this course, you will be guided step by step, provided expert demonstrations and personalized attention to help you develop your pottery skills.

We'll cover essential topics such as wedging, trimming, and glazing, giving you a well-rounded understanding of the pottery process from start to finish. You'll gain insights into the properties of clay, firing, and the transformative nature of glazes.

Open to people 18 years old and up.

DATES: Wed evenings, 6-9 PM Sept 13-Nov 1

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