Open Studio hours for members and students through July 21st:


Sunday 10AM to 3:30PM (Kendra and Kim)

Monday Noon-5pm(Paige) and 6-8pm(class)

Wednesday 11-2 (Shyla) and 6-8pm (class)

Thursday 10-12 (class) and 6-8 (class)



The next weekly adult class series begins the week of May 6 , 2019. 

Learn to work in clay in a fun, supportive and relaxed environment! Classes meet for 10 weeks, with optional independent studio time. Classes can fill quickly. If you are a new student, sign up on a waiting list for a class as early as you are able. Six weeks before the class begins, I will let you know if there is space in the class for you. There are sometimes last minute openings, so if the class you want begins soon, it’s worth inquiring!

 Spring Classes Begin May 6

 Learning to Throw: Developing a Practice. Mondays 6-8 pm.  8 weeks. Instructor Paige Wilder 

This class will be an introduction to wheel-thrown pottery with an emphasis on repetition, developing a practice, taking risks, and exploring the limits of the clay – to learn basic skills.  Students will learn how to center clay, shape basic forms, make handles, trim, and glaze pottery. Students may or may not go home with a finished pot.

Stuck in the Mud Throwing Mini-Clinic Mondays, 1-3pm. Inquire about dates. Instructor Paige Wilder

A three class series for experienced students. Unlearn old habits and spend 3 weeks practicing and rebuilding basic skills. $75 for 3 classes.

Building Skills on the Wheel. Wednesdays 6:00-8:00pm Instructor Molly Cantor

For students with some clay experience who want to deepen foundational throwing skills. Practicing and re-learning centering, shaping basic forms, trimming, pulling handles, decorating and glazing.

Mixed Level Wheel Throwing and Hand Building. Thursdays 10am to Noon. Instructor Molly Cantor
These classes are geared towards all levels, from beginning students to those who want to refresh and deepen their foundational skills, or those who want to work semi-independently.  Skills taught include some hand building, wheel throwing,  decorating techniques and glazing. Two hours of independent studio time in addition to class time are included in tuition.


Advanced Beginner/ Intermediate Wheelthrowing. Thursdays 6-8pm Instructor Molly Cantor

This class is geared towards experienced students who are looking to hone and refine wheelthrowing skills through a series of demonstrations, projects and practices.

All Class sessions (other than “Stuck in the Mud”) are $280 plus $20-40 for materials, which includes 2 hours of out of class practice time. Extended open studio time for those enrolled in classes is available for an additional $30 per month.  

 Weekly After School Classes for Children Ages 8-12

Tuesdays, 4-6 PM. Inquire about dates.

This class will meet on Tuesday Afternoons from 4-6. Students will be engaged with hand building projects and learning to throw on the wheel, with a dual focus on exploring creativity and building skills. Taught by Rhonda Wainshilbaum.