Begins week of September 14th – Ends week of November 14thWhat does a class on the Potters Guild include?
Our classes include:
-Saturday and Sunday Open Studio 12pm-6pm (sign up required)
-25 lbs clay
-all bisque and glaze firings What are the safety protocols in place for classes right now?
We ask that all people entering the Potters Guild studio be fully vaccinated for the safety of our community.
Masks are required while inside the building.
If you are sick or have been in contact with someone that has tested positive for Covid, do not attend class and contact your teacher.
In the event that we must cancel any part of the session due to Covid, you will be refunded for the amount of classes that were cancelled.IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Registration will open at the set time listed below.
Please read the information about the course time and level carefully before purchasing your class.
Only purchase the class you intend to take.
Refunds will not happen immediately. It will take up to 30 days for a refund if you purchase the wrong class or too many classes. Please email the Guild if either of these things happen.
If you are using a gift card, you must enter the gift card information at check out. If the gift card is not entered at checkout, you will not be reimbursed for the gift card after your purchase.Fall Session 2022
Registration Opens Thursday, September 1 at 6:00pm
Classes begin week of September 14th – end week of November 14th
Monday Evening Class
Instructor: Claire DiSalvo
Description: This course will meet you where you are, whether your goal is to hone your skills or learn how to throw. We will cover all the steps of making ceramics from wedging to glazing. Each week there will be a demo showing you new techniques. We will focus on making functional tableware. Open to all levels Self directed hand builders are welcome to join! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Tuesday Morning Hand-building
Instructor: Anna Crooks
Time: 10:00 am -1:00 pm
Description: Through the course of this class, students will be instructed in an array of hand-building techniques. Classes will include demonstrations and independent time, where students will be encouraged to pursue the projects of their choosing. We will explore varied modes of expression in a laid-back atmosphere so each student can find techniques that work for them and have fun with clay! All levels welcome! There will be no instruction on the wheel 🙂 Email email@example.com with questions
Tuesday Evening Wheel Throwing Class
Instructor: Vianney Paul
Description: Whether you are new to wheel throwing or already have some experience on the potter’s wheel, this course will allow for a fun and laid back atmosphere in which to pursue your wheel dreams! We will cover the basics from centering to pulling a wall and shaping the clay, to trimming and glazing. More intermediate/advanced material will be discussed as we go, based on skill level and the direction each one chooses to take. Classes will include demonstrations and plenty of hands-on time with clay. Open to all levels Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Wednesday Evening Independent Advanced Wheel Throwing Class
Instructor: Jen Wilfong
Description: This is a self-paced self-directed class for intermediate level students who want to develop their throwing skills and learn new decorative techniques. In order to be considered an intermediate level student- you must be able to center, throw and trim a vessel. Email email@example.com with questions
Thursday Evening Intermediate Wheel Throwing and Hand Building Class
Instructor: Adam Conway
Description: This class will accommodate all skill levels with an emphasis on supporting students who are eager to build on their existing skills. For intermediate and advanced students, we will focus on refining form and pushing your boundaries on scale and complexity. For all students, effective and efficient wheel and hand building techniques will be demonstrated weekly to improve your success and enjoyment. All this will be delivered with wisdom, 90’s music, whimsy, and a total intolerance is chip and dip bowls. Open to all levels Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Register for classes by visiting our Square site!Sign Up!
Class questions or questions about our safety mitigation strategies? Email email@example.com
In accordance with our mission to promote ceramic arts and support a diverse community we are offering a 20% discount on our current classes to black, indigenous, and people of color. If you identify as a BIPOC and would like to receive this discount use code BIPOC at check out.