What To Bring:
You'll need a large towel, short nails, hair tied back, and it's best to remove jewelry, watches etc. The clay does wash out but old clothes are recommended.
The studio can be cool, so dress in layers.
You may also want to bring 3 songs to add to the playlist, a story or two (true or otherwise) and a cheery disposition! Happy potting!
I am hoping to offer a mask free option, but will be listening for direction from public health. Please be prepared to show proof of both vaccines at registration.
House Calls and Consulting
Sometimes you just need to spend time with an expert to ask ad hoc questions, get some off the cuff information, or hear some tips and pointers outside of a lesson environment. Perhaps you would love an in-home assessment of your technique or workshop. If any of these scenarios are more up your alley reach out to schedule some time with me and I would be happy to help!
(Consulting fee of $100 / hour)
General Notes, Rules and Etiquette
As you progress through lessons you'll move from simple to more complex forms and be challenged to develop your skills. Novice or experienced potter, you can expect to cut many of your pots in half as part of the learning process.
All of our lesson fees include clay, use of tools, and instruction. We keep our classes small and we incorporate all levels with an emphasis on setting your own goals.
For our 10 week programs the first eight weeks of the session are dedicated to making while weeks nine and ten are spent on trimming, waxing and glazing.
The number of pots taken home is limited -approximately 2 cubic feet (space in the gas kiln) is allotted to each student per session.
While we try to be accommodating when helping you make up a class, it is your responsibility to make sure you finish all classes by the end of the session, and any unused hours are not transferable or refundable.
Reserved your spot by submitting full payment:
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Class fees are transferable but not refundable
Fall Session starts week of Sep 20