Our adult classes run in seven-week sessions. Students may choose either a pottery wheel class or a handbuilding class. Beginners will find that the pottery wheel requires some patience and practice. The handbuilding class may be more immediately gratifying. We have a long success record teaching both. Neither class accommodates finger nails. You will have to cut them before the first night of class. They grow back.
For more experienced students we offer the opportunity, guidance and encouragement to improve skills and develop a unique style. While we encourage entering the marketplace, our studio is not the place for production work or cottage industry. Our emphasis is on teaching, learning and improving.
We also conduct one-day corporate team-building workshops.
For children, we teach group workshops for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, 4-H and home-school groups. These are one-visit workshops that last about two hours. We also offer parent/child workshops which require two visits to the studio. The first day to make the pottery and the second to decorate and glaze it. The adult and child each make their own piece.
At the current time we do not offer "date nights" on the pottery wheel. Our experience is that a student's ability on the pottery wheel is extremely limited during a one-time session. If you commit to invest the time in seven classes, we have a much better chance for your success.
you don't have to be angry to throw pots...™
January 2 –February 19;
February 20–April 9;
April 23–June 9;
June 18 –August 4;
August 20–October 6;
October 15–December 1
16 West Pike St.
Covington, KY 41011