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Pottery Workshop

Throw, Throwing, Thrownverb 
To form or shape on a potter's wheel.

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Classes will be limited to 4 students. Each student will have their own wheel for the duration of the class.  You must preregister.  All classes are for adults 18 years and older.  Please contact us to register, for the most current dates and times, and if you have any questions about the class(es) you're interested in. Gift certificates available.

Please read the class descriptions below, so that you know what to expect. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions, or unique circumstances.

Up coming classes:

Throw, Trim, Glaze- April 16, 18, & 30  6:00-8:00pm

Throw, Trim, Raku- May 14, 16, & 28  6:00-8:00pm

Throw, Trim, Glaze- July 9, 11, & 18  2:00-4:00pm

Throw, Trim, Glaze- August 13, 15, & 22  2:00-4:00pm

Starting June 25th- There will be a 2 Hour Throwing Class every Tuesday morning throughout the summer from 9:00-11:00. 

2 hour Throwing Class


Have you always wanted to try the pottery wheel? This is a class geared toward those who have never thrown pottery before, and would like to try it for the first time.  This class will not result in a finished product. 4 students per class. Includes instruction, use of wheel, clay, and tools for throwing. $60/student

Throw, Trim, Glaze


In this class, the goal is to work you through the process of making one or two items on the pottery wheel. This will be taught in 3 sections over a 2-3 week period. Starting with a 2 hour throwing class, and a 2 hour trimming class in the same week. We will then bisque any finished work, and have it ready for you to glaze the following week. In this class you will produce finished work to take home. 4 students per class. Includes instruction, use of wheel, clay, tools, glaze, and firing of finished work.  $225/student.

Throw, Trim, Raku


Structured with the same idea as the Throw, Trim, Glaze class, but with a Raku firing to finish off your work. Raku is a Japanese, atmospheric firing technique, where you pull the pottery from the kiln while the glaze is in its molten stage, and place it in a reduction chamber- like a metal can, and cover it with combustable material to achieve a variety of colors. You’ll be able to glaze your piece, take part in the Raku firing process, and take your piece home at the end of the night. 4 students per class. Includes instruction, use of wheel, clay, tools, glaze, and the raku firing process. $225/student.

Hot Raku pots!
Raku reduction
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