How to get started

Classes on the potter's wheel are offered on an on-going basis. You can begin a session of 10 consecutive classes whenever space is available at a time that works for you.

A fee of $400 will reserve a wheel for you in your chosen class. It covers personalized instruction and materials, including clay, use of tools and equipment, glazes and firing. More advanced students may incur additional glaze-firing fees for larger pots. Once you begin a class session, no refunds will be made.

To register, call the studio to arrange for a non-refundable deposit of $80 to hold the spot for you (the $80 is applied to the class fee). We generally do not enroll people more than three-weeks before they plan to begin. If you know you want to enroll but can't start right away, ask to be added to the waiting list for your preferred classes.

Not sure that the potter's wheel is for you? Find out in a one-time Try It! classes. These are available at selected times (see below). The fee is $45, is not refundable, and is payable when you register.

Because making pots is a long process, there isn’t enough time in one Try It! class to finish any pieces. If at the end of your Try It! class you decide to register for a full 10-week session, any pots you’ve made will be saved for you to finish later. Your fee will be applied to the 10-week fee and the Try It! class will count as the first class of the session.

Next available Try It! classes are scheduled for

Thursday, 8:30-11:00 pm - October 12, 19 & 26

Saturday, 6:00-8:30 pm - October 14 & 28

Sunday, 6:00-8:30 pm - October 15 & 29

Enrollment on Thursday evenings is limited to a maximum of two. On Saturday and Sunday evenings the limit is a maximum of five. Reservations are required. Please check back for additional dates.

Gift certificates are available.

We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover. Checks and cash are also accepted.

When you come to class, wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty, bring an old towel for wiping your hands, clip your fingernails short, tie back long hair, and remember that pottery is a process -- patience and perseverance are helpful.

The studio provides the basic tools for throwing and glazing pots, so in the beginning you do not need to buy any. But as you advance, you may want to purchase your own tools. We sell basic kits, special brushes, stains, trimming tools, custom-made ribs, throwing sticks, bats and other gizmos.

Class schedule

Classes for kids

Making up missed classes

General class information

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