luminaries workshop

 

Join Darcie in the studio to create a beautiful luminary from a slab, add texture and decorate, before glazing them, ready to head into the kiln. The only limit to your design is your imagination!

Working with clay can be messy! We strongly recommend an apron and a non-terrycloth towel or bandana for wiping your hands clean.

*to purchase a ticket please click the +icon next to the ticket to add the number of tickets, then click the “get tickets” button.

luminaries workshop

Join Darcie in the studio to create a beautiful luminary from a slab, add texture and decorate, before glazing them, ready to head into the kiln. The only limit to your design is your imagination!

Working with clay can be messy! We strongly recommend an apron and a non-terrycloth towel or bandana for wiping your hands clean.

*to purchase a ticket please click the +icon next to the ticket to add the number of tickets, then click the “get tickets” button.

clay explorer

Join one of the clay team in the studio to learn some hand building skills. In this explorer session you’ll learn how to use our clay extruder and hand build using coils. Coil building is probably one of the oldest ways of making a ceramic vessel, and you will be able to use your imagination to take this ancient technique and make something unique. The small group size will give you plenty of opportunity to learn from our expert.

Working with clay can be messy! We recommend you bring an apron and a non-terry cloth towel or bandana to wipe your hands.

To purchase a ticket, click on the + symbol to select the number of tickets you require before clicking the “get tickets” button.

wheel explorer

 

Join one of the clay team in the studio to explore the art of throwing on the wheel. This short session is a brief introduction to the wheel and will include how to prepare your clay for the wheel, how to center and cone the clay, and how to begin throwing a vessel. Students will follow along with the instructor and the small group size will allow for lots of one on one feedback. At the end of the session participants can select their favorite attempt to preserve. Your instructor will finish your vessel and our team will glaze it and notify you when it is ready to pick up.

Throwing on the wheel can get messy, we recommend you bring an apron, and a non-terry cloth towel/bandana for wiping your hands. It is also much easier to learn how to throw with short fingernails.

To purchase a ticket please click the + symbol next to the ticket to select the number of tickets you require before clicking the “get tickets” button.

wheel explorer

 

Join one of the clay team in the studio to explore the art of throwing on the wheel. This short session is a brief introduction to the wheel and will include how to prepare your clay for the wheel, how to center and cone the clay, and how to begin throwing a vessel. Students will follow along with the instructor and the small group size will allow for lots of one on one feedback. At the end of the session participants can select their favorite attempt to preserve. Your instructor will finish your vessel and our team will glaze it and notify you when it is ready to pick up.

Throwing on the wheel can get messy, we recommend you bring an apron, and a non-terry cloth towel/bandana for wiping your hands. It is also much easier to learn how to throw with short fingernails.

To purchase a ticket please click the + symbol next to the ticket to select the number of tickets you require before clicking the “get tickets” button.

wheel explorer

Join one of the clay team in the studio to explore the art of throwing on the wheel. This short session is a brief introduction to the wheel and will include how to prepare your clay for the wheel, how to center and cone the clay, and how to begin throwing a vessel. Students will follow along with the instructor and the small group size will allow for lots of one on one feedback. At the end of the session participants can select their favorite attempt to preserve. Your instructor will finish your vessel and our team will glaze it and notify you when it is ready to pick up.

Throwing on the wheel can get messy, we recommend you bring an apron, and a non-terry cloth towel/bandana for wiping your hands. It is also much easier to learn how to throw with short fingernails.

To purchase a ticket please click the + symbol next to the ticket to select the number of tickets you require before clicking the “get tickets” button.

Class Guide

  • Root

    Beginner level classes suitable for everyone.

  • Shoot

    Ready for a little more of a challenge?

    These classes build on skills from root level classes – but may still be suitable for those with little experience. Not sure if the class is for you, just ask us.

  • Bloom

    Get ready to REALLY grow your skills!

    Classes for students with experience. Our teaching artists will identify what skills you should already have. If you are unsure if a class is for you, please ask, we’d be happy to help you!