Winter pottery classes run January 22 - February 19, 2024. Class will meet once a week for 5 weeks. Classes will be held at our new location in downtown Kimball, 70 Main Street S. Registration goes live at 9am CST on November 16th!
- Mondays 6 - 9pm: Intermediate Wheel. Instructor: JD
- Tuesdays 6 - 9pm: Beginning Wheel. Instructor: JD
- Tuesdays 6 - 9pm: Handbuilding. Instructor: Megan
- Wednesdays 5 - 8pm: Special Topics - Surface Design. Instructor: Megan
- Fridays 10am - 1pm: Beginning Wheel. Instructor: Megan
General Open Studio hours, available for all registered students:
These open studio hours are included in the cost of the class. Open studio hours start on Jan. 27.
- Mondays - Thursdays: 3 - 9pm
- Fridays and Saturdays: 10am - 5pm
Extended open studio passes to access additional hours are available at an additional cost of $50 for enrolled students. Those hours are:
- Monday - Thursday, 8 am - 9pm
- Friday and Saturday 8am - midnight
Your class registration will include: class instruction, 25# clay, open studio access, access to our common tools, pottery wheels, ware racks, slips, glazes, bisque and glaze firing with up to two 12 x 24 kiln shelves of work included for 5 weeks. Additional firing costs may be incurred depending on the amount of work made. Firing costs will be calculated based on the number of 12 x 24 shelves used by each individual in our cone 10 reduction kiln. The cost per shelf is $25.
Learn how to use the pottery class in this ten week class geared for complete beginners or students with an introductory exposure to the wheel. During this class, students will learn to create a variety of forms on the wheel including cylinders, bowls and vases. Students will also explore applying slip and glaze to the work.
Expand your throwing skills, in this class which is intended for students who are comfortable centering and pulling clay on the wheel. The class will focus on improving fundamental throwing, trimming and glazing skills and exploring a variety of pottery forms.
Explore creating functional and sculptural forms using various handbuilding techniques, including pinching, slabs and coiling. Beginning or intermediate students are welcome in this class.
Special Topics - Surface Design
This course will explore a variety of techniques for adding imagery and depth to the ceramic surface. Topics will include using slip, underglaze, inlay, and image transfer. There cost for the class is $300 to cover additional materials and instructor time.
Refunds on classes, retreats, and workshop enrollment can be made 30 days from the start date for full refund. Unfortunately, a refund will not be issued for the cost of class retreat or workshop after this time.
Please contact us with any questions. If a class time is full please email us with subject line "WaitList" to be added to our class waitlist. Also include the class time that you want to be waitlisted for.