Curious about trying your hand at the pottery wheel? Your instructor, Jess Faulk, will walk you through the basics of wheel throwing during this session. You can keep your favorite piece, which we will fire and glaze for you after the class. Your finished piece can be collected during our Open Hours, one month after your workshop date.
Please arrive on time, as the demo begins promptly at the workshop start time. If you arrive late it will hold up the class, and make it less likely that the group will be able to make a second piece.
We start class with an instructor demo, then you will be led through the throwing process as you create your own piece. If time permits, you can make a second piece more independently. You may choose one piece to keep, and together we will clean up the space.
We do not supply aprons, make sure to wear shoes and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. If you have long hair please wear it pulled back.
Workshops are for ages 18+
Work made in class will be ready for pick up one calendar month after your workshop date. This gives us time to complete the multi-step firing and glazing process. You will have one month from this date to come pick up your work before it is donated. You will not be emailed/notified when your piece is ready so, please take note of your class date and any pickup information your instructor provides. Pickup hours are during our regular open hours, Thursday 5-9pm // Friday 4-8pm // Saturday 1-5pm // Sunday 10am-2pm. The front desk will assist with locating your work.
Registration may be canceled up until 3 weeks prior to the first class date, with a 10% processing fee. After that, refunds or cancellations cannot be made for any reason. While we understand that sometimes things happen, we are unable to recoup the expense of empty spaces in workshops and are unable to refund or reschedule even in the case of COVID or a family emergency.