All newcomers are required to take at least one basic skills series of classes, regardless of their skill level or experience. That is because we want to make sure that your skills and habits match up with our needs and expectations as a shared studio. Once you have your intro class and a few advanced-skill-building workshops under your belt, you’ll be able to sign up for independent studio time- a luxurious 3-hour (plus an additional 1/2 hr for clean-up) time slot for you to practice what you know, incorporate what you’ve recently learned, and feel thoroughly at home in this community studio.
Basics & Handbuilding: Saturdays 3:30-6:30pm July 10, 17, 31, Aug 14 Mercedes Weathers teaches basic studio skills plus wedging, coil, pinch, and slab building.
Basics & Throwing on the Wheel: Sundays 9:30-12:30pm July 11, 18, 25, 29 Sarah Stippich teaches basic studio etiquette plus wedging, centering, forming a cylinder, and trimming. FULL
Basics & Throwing on the wheel: Tuesdays 6:30-9:30pm July 20, 27, Aug 3, 10 Christine Jackson teaches basic studio skills plus wedging, centering, forming a cylinder, and trimming. FULL
Basics & Throwing on the wheel: Thursdays 7-10pm Aug 5, 12, 19, 26 Charlotte Anderson teaches basic studio skills plus wedging, centering, forming a cylinder, and trimming.
NEW CLASSES and teachers as needed
Pre-payment and registration required:
purchase a 10-Pass Card for $400 by coming to the studio and filling out the registration. Payment options include cash, check, venmo and cash app.
Each pass is good for one class, workshop, or bag of clay.
All new students are required to take one series of classes and 2 workshops before you are allowed to sign up for independent studio time.
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