Our clay studio offers classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced students, as well as one- and two-day workshops on specific clay techniques and alternate firings. Whether you call it ceramics or pottery, we offer classes that will introduce you to hand-building or wheel throwing with clay.
You can learn not only the basics of working with clay, but also all the functions of a clay studio, including making glazes, recycling clay, and firing electric kilns.
Our clay studio is fully equipped, offering:
- Seven electric pottery wheels
- Two electric kilns
- Space for hand-building
- A glazing area
There are as many ways to create a clay “crock” as there are ceramicists; our instructors teach their unique methods of working in clay.
CLAY MONITOR HOURS
Monday, January 6 to March 22, 2020
No Hours: February 17-23 :: Last Monitor Time: March 22, 4-9pm
If you are concerned that there will be no monitor hours due to weather, call 603 643 5384; If monitor hours are cancelled there will be a message on the answering machine. Please remember this is a community studio. Always schedule an appropriate amount of time to clean-up the studio when attending monitor hours. It is everyone’s responsibility to keep the studio clean. Thank you and enjoy! (Modified 07/28/19)
Monitor hours: We encourage all students to practice in between classes
Clay materials: We use a variety of cone 6 clay. If you are a student here you are required to use our clay only. As a non-student you can purchase clay from us to fire at another location. Unfortunately, we are not able to fire work other than student, monitor or instructor work.
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