Next regular Class series begins week of Sept 14.
Registration now open for all classes through Oct 24 .
(Drop-in Registration is ongoing)
New Kid’s Classes
We’re excited to introduce new drop-in classes for kids from age 9 – 17! After-School and Weekend sessions are available.
Check out Drop in Clay – a reasonably priced one-time class that’s designed for those interested in trying the potter’s wheel but who don’t want to commit to a full session, just yet.
Perfect for the beginner with no previous experience — or — for those who have taken pottery classes before and want to get their hands on clay again.
Learn the basics of wheel throwing and the use of underglaze colors on the pieces you make.
Each two and a half hour class will be geared to the skill level and experience of the students. Clay, tool use, glaze and firing for up to two pieces are included in the fee.
Class sizes are limited, so you will have lots of one-on-one time with your teacher.
Multiple classes can be purchased and may be shared between different individuals. Get a discount when you sign up for one of our six week class sessions.
ALSO AVAILABLE: Youth & Family Drop-in Classes
Hand building Workshop
Thursday Sept 10: 6-9 pm
Join Scott Jennings to explore the possibilities of hand building cups. During this 3 hour hands on workshop, Scott will demonstrate techniques he uses to create his unique cups including making patterns, surface decoration, bringing volume to the form by stretching, and strategies for creating great handles. Hand builders and throwers alike will benefit from learning about Scott’s approach.
FREE Youth Hand Building workshops
The Clay Underground is offering free clay classes to kids ages 9-14. These 1 ½ hour classes will be held once or twice a month. They will focus on hand building techniques. Tools and clay for up to two pieces will be provided. Pieces will be ready for pick up in 2-3 weeks.
Advance registration is required.
The Clay Underground provides a place for exploring creativity through clay and the ceramic process, by promoting broad access to the ceramic arts.
Classes and outreach programs are geared to all levels of interest and proficiency.
New classes begin every 6 weeks.