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You’ll learn to use the potter’s wheel to create bowls, mugs, teapots, and more. This pottery class uses a potter's wheel which is a machine used in the shaping of round ceramic ware. The wheel may also be used during process of trimming the excess body from dried ware and for applying incised decoration or rings of color.Note: There is a $30 m
Various throwing projects, glazing and surface techniques will be explored in all of the classes. All classes focus on wheel throwing techniques and accommodate skill levels from beginners to very advanced. Our small group size ensures individual guidance. When registering for a pottery class, please choose the class day and time that best fit
Students attending this class will learn the important basics of wedging, centering, throwing a basic form, trimming, and glazing your bowls, cups, and containers. In this class, students will experience weekly demonstration and plenty of practice time will have them spinning pots right away. Basic hand building techniques also covered.
Students attending this class will learn to get started on teapots, lidded containers and large forms. This class is for the advanced student. Benefit from valuable tips and tricks as well as advice on surface decorations. Proper glazing for varied forms is an important part of class demos as well as handbuilt additions to your thrown wares.
Have you always wanted to try out the the pottery wheel but not quite ready to sign up for an entire session? This one time introductory class lets you get your hands dirty on the wheel without the time commitment. You will experience how thrilling it is to get the clay spinning on the wheel while we explain the basics of centering and pulling up
Tweens and Teens can learn the basics of wheel throwing and fundamental glazing techniques. No previous experience required. Price includes all firing fees, clay and glazes.
Investigate how the activity of making pottery can be a wonderful vehicle for quieting the mind. Not unlike meditation, working with clay can also help us to be more present and focused in the moment. In this class we will learn and develop various skills of working on the wheel, while exploring how at whatever level this can be a useful means for
These classes will offer specific projects for furthering individual skills. Focus on surface techniques and the refinement of forms. Previous throwing experience is necessary.
Develop wheel skills while focusing on subtle aspects of form and function. Refine techniques for functional feet and handles as well as incorporating texture into the thrown surface. Glazing techniques will be demonstrated.
This class will focus on the wheel, utilizing basic skills as well as advanced techniques such as thrown and altered forms. Lidded jars, oval planters and vases as well as tumbler and pitcher sets will be developed. Surface techniques such as slip decoration, wax resist and maiolica painting techniques will be demonstrated.
This workshop will introduce you to the basic skills of throwing on the potter's wheel. No prior experience is required. You will get to keep the bowl or cylinder you have successfully created.
We will glaze and fire it for you with our glaze pick of the week and we will contact you approximately 2 weeks after the workshop when your piece is read
Play in the mud this summer and discover the joy of working with your hands! Basic classes introduce fundamental handbuilding techniques, including pinch, coil and slab construction and wheel throwing to make bowls, vases, cups, plates and other vessel forms. Click here to view supply list.
Master the art of working on the potter’s wheel. Basic classes begin with fundamentals; new forms and glazing and deco-rating techniques are demonstrated each week. This class will help you begin mastering the art of working on the potter’s wheel. Supply List: Click here to view list.
In this class you will learn how to make cups, vases, trays, containers and other functional objects by using various handbuilding techniques of pinching, coiling and slabs. Please note that the price is per couple.
Students attending this class will learn complex vessel forms and a variety of surface techniques. Now that students hands are dirty, they can get their head around the details!Note: For students who have taken two beginner courses or are at an intermediate/advanced level.
Learn to create pieces using either handbuilding, throwing or a combination of both that can be used for either functional or sculptural work. Surface decoration techniques demonstrated will include applied texture, colored slips and glaze application. You are encouraged to let your instructor know of any project you may have in mind and it will b
An introduction to the basic elements of throwing on the wheel and surface decoration. Intermediate students develop increased skills through more demanding projects that explore a variety of shape and glaze possibilities. Classes include a demonstration and assigned projects. Instructors could be Julie Terestman or Outi Putkonen.Multi-level class
Classes continue to develop basic skills and introduce concepts that include shaping, sets, pouring vessels, lidded vessels and closed forms. Price includes includes clay and glazes; one-time firing fee of five cents per cubic inch apply.Price Options: Students in the adult classes will require their own tools. A beginner kit is available for
Sessions focus upon specific techniques and styles in ceramics history at the discretion of the instructor. Students are encouraged to explore their creative vision while improving their skill set. Price includes includes clay and glazes; one-time firing fee of five cents per cubic inch apply.Price Options: Students in the adult classes will requir
On the potter's wheel, make bowls, cups, vases, and more. Beginners learn basic skills while intermediate students develop their ideas and skills with individual projects. Our wheel classroom consists of 12 wheels where students learn the skills needed to 'throw' and trim a pot. Students will also become experienced in basic glazing techniques as w
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