Adult Classes

2022 Classes (March-June)

  • Labs-For students currently enrolled in classes

  • Beginning Hand Building Session 1– Betsy Gram

Tuesdays, April 19-May 31, 6:30-8:30  SOLD OUT

  • Wheel Foundations, Course I– Kari Zelson Robertson

Wednesdays, 6p-8:00p. April 13-June 8, 2022  SOLD OUT

  • Beginner Wheel– Gina Inzinna

Thursdays 5:30-8:30 8weeks, 7 class days. May 5- June 23 with no class June 9th SOLD OUT

LABS

Monday 5-8, Wednesdays 10-1, and  Saturdays 10-1

FOR ENROLLED STUDENTS ONLY

Labs are three-hour sessions, offered three days/week while classes are in session, designed for enrolled adults to practice what they are learning in class. A staff person with adequate experience will host each LAB.
LABS REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION ON THE WEBSITE AND ARE FOR ENROLLED ADULTS ONLY. The cost is $5 for each three-hour session.

Beginning Handbuilding

Betsy Gram

Age range: 16 and older.

Whether you are just starting to explore clay as a medium or hoping to diversify your existing clay skills, Beginning Handbuilding has a lot to offer. In this class, we will explore multiple handbuilding techniques (such as slab work, coil building, and pinch pots) as we learn to handbuild various functional forms. We will practice adding our own personal touches to our work through different surface treatments including texturing, underglazing, and glazing. Join us for the fun, the inspiration, and the community!

*Please contact instructor before first class to inform them of any student with special needs, and please ensure that any student with special needs is accompanied by an assistant or support person for each class.
 Tuesdays, April 19-May 31, 6:30-8:30

Cost: $325

 

Sliding scale available. Please contact instructor for more information: betsybee1@gmail.com

SOLD OUT

Wheel Foundations, Course I

Kari Zelson Robertson

Age range: 16 and older. Under 16 accompanied by an adult

For beginners and beyond

From idea to finished work, Wheel Foundations Course 1, will introduce and expand upon

skills needed to throw, trim, fire, and glaze work. Basic kiln function and firing process will also

be addressed. Classes include demonstration, examples, sharing of video references, practice

time, and opportunity for feedback. Class discussion will include considerations around function

and aesthetic design choices. Students will start skill building by making cylinders, and move on

to forming a variety of profiles. Each participant will progress as far as possible. The fun is baked in and tastes so sweet!

Wednesdays, 6p-8:00p. April 13-June 8, 2022

 

Cost:$410

Beginner Wheel

Gina Inzinna

Age range: 16 and older.

  • This will be a great class for anyone new to throwing on the potter’s wheel, or those wishing to polish up on rusty skills. From clay prep and centering, through throwing, trimming and glazing, I will overview the entire making process with hands-on demonstrations. We will focus on bowls and cylinders, which are the building blocks of all wheel work! The lengthier 2 ½ hour class time and 8 student limit gives plenty of space for one on one Q&A and assistance. 

Thursdays 5:30-8:30 8weeks, 7 class days. May 5- June 23 with no class June 9th

 

Cost:$380

SOLD OUT