Beginning Wheel Throwing
This class will focus on the fundamentals of throwing on the wheel, along with basic hand- building, sculpting, and altering techniques. Students will learn to wedge, center, throw, trim and glaze functional tableware including, but not limited to, cups, mugs, bowls, plates/platters, vases, bottles, lidded-containers, etc.
Kids & Family Class
This class will provide a space for families to create together! Students will prepare slabs of clay and templates for creating wind chimes, wall-hangings, plates, dishes, bowls and other slab-forms. Pieces will be decorated with colored underglazes and fired after the workshop with a clear glaze, unless specified. Pieces will be ready for pick-up up to a month after the workshop.
GET MUDDY! (Beginners Intro Class)
Join us for an introduction to clay and wheel-throwing. This single day, two-hour class will cover the basics of preparing clay and wheel-throwing.
RAKU Saturday Workshops (Beginner & Returning)
This class will focus on Raku firing, an alternative firing process where ware is removed from the kiln
at 1845*F and either placed in a “reduction chamber” or decorated with carbon-based materials which
will give smoky colorations and patterns. The results are atmospheric and difficult to control, making it
an exciting and dynamic process. Students will be able to take their pieces home with them after the