List of Workshops, Classes and Private Teachers
Janet Stucky The Teapot Spot 205.744.8952 Pleasant Grove AL email@example.com
We teach classes on how to apply ceramic decals and lusters. We also will fire pieces in our kiln for you.
The Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, Arizona 480-644-3235, or fax 480-644-2901. For more information call 480-644-3555 or e-mail Jeff_Reich@ci.mesa.az.us
Michelle Katz, Desert Dragon Pottery, Phoenix AZ firstname.lastname@example.org www.amug.org/~mishlowe
We offer classes, workshops and open studio in a private studio with four wheels, a slab roller, an extruder, electric kiln, gas cone 10 reduction kiln, raku kiln and pitfire opportunities.
We are looking for a CERAMIC INSTRUCTOR to provided classes during our after school program... The after school program hours are Mon - Wednesday (3 PM - 5 PM). This is a paid position. The school location is 5757 West McDowell Road ( 59th Avenue & McDowell) in Phoenix, Arizona. The classes would be offered to K - 12th grade students. We need an instructor ASAP. Please contact me
Omega Academy School District
1951 West Camelback Road #325
Phoenix, Arizona 85015
(602) 938-2092 x 105
(602) 938-2114 (fax)
Marilyn Totonchi Artsy Phartsy 480 217 0260 email@example.com www.artsyphartsy.net
Chandler AZ Classes in creative handbuilding, wheel throwing and surface decoration. Regularly scheduled classes as well as private instruction and studio time. Call 480 217 0260
Firuse Stalcup The Persian Potter firstname.lastname@example.org
25 Sierra Roja Cir. Sedona AZ 86351
I am presently teaching the following : Handbuilding, wheel throwing, sculpture, formulation of glazes, Raku firing, sculptural pieces in paperclay, handbuilding with colored clay and tiles. My workshops are limited to 10 students while my classes are limited to 7 students.
Danielle Quilligan-Fochs Muse- Tucson's Home for the Arts 516 N. 5th Ave. Tucson Arizona 85705 (520) 903-0918 (520) 620-1395.
We have a complete ceramics studio with areas for handbuilding, wheel throwing, figure sculpture, and raku. We also have beginning, intermediate and advanced classes as well as open studio times. The building is home to over 25 artists. Monday thru Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm with open studio times in the evening and many special events! Call to see what is going on at Muse (520) 903-0918!
Heidi Maiers Portraits in Clay 480-981-5062 Mesa Arizona email@example.com http://portrait-sculpture.com
Private instruction is available at my studio. I will walk you through the complete process of making a portrait in clay and cover topics such as - photographing the subject, building an armature, modeling the head structure and facial features, capturing a likeness, firing, patination and glazing, making a base, and photographing the finished piece. I am also available to design and create a website for you to showcase your work, or show you how to do it.
Jan Rodwell The Pott-Pitt 02 66542457 Woolgoolga NSW firstname.lastname@example.org
I teach both handbuilding and wheel forming. I also hold Pit-fire, raku and kiln building workshops as the need arises.
With my hand-built forms I try to capture a natural flowing form and either burnish highly and spray with oxides, or if I glaze I like to let the glaze decorate the piece with the same natural flow. The beauty imparted by the reduction in the pit-firing process is a constant mystery of magic to me. My dinnerware is hand-thrown, I tend either very rounded forms or very symmetrical, with minimal decoration. Designs are ever evolving, and I enjoy the design and experimental process.
Maria Fernanda Burza, Atelier Jane Figueiredo 5542-2607
Sao Paulo, Brazil email@example.com
We work with personalized pottery and teach all kinds of techniques: rustic, talavera, primitive, folk, flowers, animals and etc. We offer pottery painting, drawing, design in porcelain, ceramic or bisque.
San Marcos, CA
Nottingham Center for the Arts
Apryl Tackett, Kawoni Studios, Ventura, Ca 805-804-6312 aprylrae@KawoniStudios.com www.KawoniStudios.com
Kawoni Studios conducts handbuilding classes every two weeks in our studio in Ventura, Ca; private classes are always available. We have an adult program, and a childrens program (ages 5-12). Electric firing, multiple clay bodies, pre-mixed or glaze recipe training. Our studio is open year round, and our classes include unlimited studio time.
Robert S. Cull Zen Potter's Studio 530-432-1299 Penn Valley CA RobertCull@msn.net
All ceramic venues explored. Kilns available are electric and Raku. Small classes as well as individual tutoring available. Reasonable prices.
Mendocino Art CenterLocated in Mendocino, California, about 4 hours N of San Francisco. Offers extensive week and 2 week long workshops in summer, and weekend workshops throughout the year.
Mendocino Art Center 45200 Little Lake St. P O Box 765 Mendocino California 95460 707-937-5818
Bill Mellentin, Webmaster(707-937-3784) 707-937-1764 firstname.lastname@example.org
Two studios provide for throwing and slab work. Numerous gas and electric kilns for various firing types, including large capacity. Provides numerous classes throughout the year. Studio time is available outside class times, especially in Fall, Winter & Spring. Artist in residence & assistant opportunities. Located in the beautiful coastal & historic village of Mendocino, CA. http://www.mendocinoartcenter.org Visit website, e-mail, or telephone for complete details. A leading art center with world-class visiting & local instructors.
List of upcoming workshops in California, published by Association of Ceramics and Glass Artists of Californiahttp://www.acga.net/acgamain/workshop.html
Angelique Ikeuchi Lakewood Community Center 562 866-9771 email@example.com www.lakewoodcity.org Lakewood CA
Low fire pottery class/workshop for adults and children 12+ in the company of an adult. Class projects include but not limited to: tiles, stamps, vases, pitchers, bowls, mugs and more. Hand building and wheel throwing techniques are taught. A good class for beginners and intermediate students.
Shevon Sullivan Anam-Cre' 570 Higuera Street San Luis Obispo Ca 93401 805-544-1850 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our studio is located in downtown San Luis Obispo on the central coast in Ca. We teach classes weekly to children, teens and adults. Classes are fashioned in an open studio environment. Students learn the potters wheel, handbuilding and glazing. We hold raku firings every first Fri of the month. Please call for a schedule of times we are open. Anam-Cre' means "soul of the clay" Our studio is a very supportive, creative exciting place to be!
Walnut Creek Civic Arts Education. Ongoing workshops in ceramics. 925-943-5846 http://www.arts-ed.org
Judith Enright Black Leopard Clayware 408-448-4597 San Jose CA email@example.com www.bleopard.com
We offer one-on-one classes and small workshops to adults in a well-equipped private studio in the heart of Silicon Valley. Student and instructor work together to develop a unique course which can range from wheel-throwing to handbuilding to decorating and glaze formulation. Open lab is available for active students. Please visit our website for more information!
Kevin B. Nierman Kids 'N' Clay Pottery Studio 510.845.0982 Berkeley CA firstname.lastname@example.org www.kidsnclay.com
Kids 'N' Clay provides an ideal environment for children to explore their creativity while learning the craft of ceramics. Kevin Nierman (founder, instructor and book creator) is an internationally known ceramic artist, a ceramics teacher, and the founder of the Kids 'N' Clay Pottery Studio in Berkeley, California. He is best known and recognized for his cracked, reassembled raku vessels. His work has been shown in art galleries throughout the country and featured in many national publications. Over the past 20 years, Kevin's experience and passion for ceramics have been reflected in all his work, whether he is creating his own art, teaching children, or lecturing. The nurturing teaching style that first formed the Kids 'n' Clay Pottery Studio in 1988 is the same style that, today, influences more than 200 children a week in a private studio setting.
Eduardo Lazo, MFA Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild 650-802-8429 Belmont California EduardoLazoMFA@aol.com EduardoLazo.com
Private instruction in throwing large forms, glaze technology and low fire fuming techniques
Gabriell The Red Ladder 925-820-3733 Dublin California www.theredladder.com
The Red Ladder is a working studio, we also teach classes and have a small emerging artists gallery. Our evening classes are for adults and teens. Our morning classes are for children. We teach a variety of classes on handbuilding, slab building, texture, surface treatment and tile making. Our childrens classes are usually very open and include a choice of projects. We have a monthly teapot making workshop that includes a catered lunch, and follow-up tea party at the end of the year. We welcome all ages and abilities and you may purchase open studio time if you prefer to work on your own. Visit us at our website or call for more information and class schedules.
Irene Jenkins Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild Sunnyvale CA email@example.com www.ovcag.org
The Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild is an ever growing group of potters in the Bay area. They foster a creative, supportive, and innovative environment for the education of students, professionals and the public in the ceramic arts. They offer workshops, exhibits and sales opportunities to members and non-members on a regular basis.
Ki & Yulia Cho Echo Ceramics 310-815-1525 Los Angeles CA firstname.lastname@example.org www.echoceramics.com
We offer variety of adult classes, from beginner to advanced. We cover wheel throwing, glazing, hand building. Raku workshops are held once a month.
After taking a raku workshop members are welcome to use our raku kiln on their own. Students get unlimited practice time during normal studio hours. Memberships are available. Very friendly and encouraging atmosphere!
Hedy and RossHale, Full Moon Pottery Studio and Gallery,
Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County, CA 805- 772-2890,
Our web site is www.fullmoonmb.com.
We have been here in Morro Bay since 1974. We offer 6 week pottery classes in a very friendly and non-competitive atmosphere where our students can learn at their own pace. No experience is necessary. Our studio is one where we will hold your hand along the way, or help you fine tune what you already know if you are experienced. We limit our classes to 11 students and there are 2 instructors. We give demonstrations each weekon different techniques of working in clay.. handbuilding, wheel, raku, and sculpture.
We show our own Raku and stoneware figurative sculpture and ceramic pieces as well as functional porcelain and stoneware by local potters. We also have a comprehensive 3 day training workshop to own your own ceramic handprint business. OriginalPawprints.com
The City of Sunnyvale’s Pottery recreation.inSunnyvale.com
Kristin Dance email@example.com.
It opened its doors in 1970 amongst the beautiful setting of the Sunnyvale Community Center. The center’s rolling grounds, beautiful water features and outdoor sculptures are the perfect setting to come relax and work with clay. The studio also has a panoramic view of the center’s pond and 200 year old Live Oak.
Today, the primary function of the studio is to create an opportunity for community members to experience and experiment with the clay medium. All levels of experience are welcome, but production pottery is not permitted. Choose from our beginning classes for youth and adults, our popular parent/child class or our Open Studio Hours.
Studio fee include use of the studio's 15 electric pottery wheels, a kick wheel, slab roller, spray booth, and extruder. All bisque and glaze firing is done on sight in our two 16.5 cu. Ft. electric kilns and two 24 cu. ft. gas kilns. Reduction and Raku firing are also available. The cost of firing and glazing is included in studio/class fees. Clay must be purchased in studio for $13 per 25 lb. bag. Choice of four clay bodies.
For more information, please visit our website at recreation.inSunnyvale.com or contact Kristin Dance@ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Janice Kingsmill, Sissy's Ceramics 951-550-7728
Sun City, California email@example.com Web site
I have and own a ceramic shop in Sun City Ca. I do low fire ceramics and have over 5000 molds that I can pour. I have 3 kilns and I fire Greenware, bisque, glazes & porcelain. Store hrs. M, T, T, 9am til 4pm. Fri. & Sat. hrs. 10 am til 2pm. Classes on Tuesdays ,Fridays & Saturdays
ACAI Studios & Gallery, 7425 Winding Way, Fair Oaks CA 95628
916-988-2453 firstname.lastname@example.org www.acaistudios.com
Allied Ceramics Art Institute (ACAI) is a community studio that includes a full ceramics studio, gallery and private studio spaces. We conduct beginning and intermediate handbuilding and throwing classes for families, adults and children (ages 5-12). We have a well equipped studio that includes electric & gas firing, multiple clay bodies, and a variety of low and mid fire glazes. Our studio is open year round. Additional studio time can be arranged. We love to have visitors call or E-Mail for an appointment.
Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts
Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific
650 Pearson College Drive
Victoria, BC, Canada
V9C 4H7 http://www.missa.ca/
Phone: (250) 391-2420 Fax: (250) 391-2412
Toll Free in Canada 1-800-667-3122
Susan Barrow The Treasure Hut Ceramics (604)793-4302 Chilliwack B.C. Canada email@example.com
I have a small home-based studio with a seating for classes up to 5. There is a wide variety of items that I pour from molds and also have a selection of paint, glazes, brushes and misc. supplies for product completion. Kilns are onsite and space is available to keep items for a short term. Phone for any further information needed. I look forward to hearing from you.
Kimberley Fenton Starlight Pottery (905) 668-9218 firstname.lastname@example.org http://starlightpottery.bizland.com
Whitby Ontario Unique hand thrown pottery in porcelain and stoneware. All works are functional and food safe. Classes are offered in wheel throwing at the beginner and intermediate levels. Classes are small which allows for individualized instruction.
Lisa Conley The Greenware Gallery (613) 969-7858 Foxboro Ontario, Canada email@example.com www.greenwaregallery.ca
We offer classes in decorating low-fire earthenware ceramics that is poured on premises. Painting styles range from glazes and lusters to acrylics. Also, Lisa Conley is a Duncan Ambassodor instructor who offers seminars and certification courses in Duncan Products suitable for beginners to advanced ceramists. Off site classes can be arranged.
Mary Wandering Fire Pottery & Tile Works 416-536-2171 Toronto, Ontario Canada firstname.lastname@example.org www.wanderingfirepottery.com
Pottery Classes at Wallace Avenue Studio & Wandering Fire Pottery.
The classes are for all levels, beginner, intermediate and advanced, working on the electric wheel or in hand building. The classes are small, only up to eight people per class, and each person has their own wheel to work on.
Classes run in eight week sessions, in the evenings during the week or on Sundays. There is Open Studio time for registered students to work without instruction on Saturdays.
The studio is located in a large, bright loft building. The professionally equipped studio includes two electric kilns, slab roller, lots of table work space and many electric wheels. We are located on Wallace Avenue, near the Subway of Bloor /Lansdowne, with lots of free street parking.
Anderson Ranch Arts CenterSnomass Village, CO
Laloba Ranch in Steamboat Springs, CO summer workshops
From a potter: Dormatory style with two private rooms. Excellent food. The host, I hope she's not listening is absolutely crazy - one of the funniest people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. Best of all is the setting. The facility is nestled in the middle of rolling hills about 20 minutes outside Steamboat. Having absolutely no vested interest, I can say with all sincerity that if you wish a wonderful 1-2 weeks, call Judy 970-870-6423.
Nancy Utterback City of Boulder/Pottery Lab (303)828-3220 Boulder CO email@example.com
I have been a potter for 27 years, I do high fire salt, functional work and show in galleries around the country. The pottery lab is a teaching facility, it has been around for 50 years started by Betty Woodman. We have classes for beginners, all-levels, advanced students, specialty classes and firing classes. We also offer workshops in the summer and fall.
Marybeth Coulter Aspen Moon Pottery 970-231-8753 Red Feather Lakes Colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been a studio potter for 30 years. I just returned from Mexico and will open a new studio in Red Feather Lakes, Co. in summer of 2004. I have a Masters Degree in Education and have taught workshops in Colorado, Mexico, Oklahoma, and California. I am looking for people who would like to study with me one-on-one to learn pottery form, glazing, and firing methods. I have experience in all methods of firing and glazing. My art pottery can be seen at www.prairieflowerpottery.com . I also make and market a line of utilitarian work. If you are interested in references and my method of teaching I will be happy to direct you to former students.
Jennifer Johnson, Littleton , Colorado www.potterynthings.com.
See site for times and rates
Meredith May, Creative Branch 719.391.2400 Colorado Springs, Colorado
Creative Branch is a classroom, studio, and clay store. We offer wheel throwing classes as well as different types of hand building classes. Once you are ready to try clay without a teacher, our studio equipment and space can be rented on an hourly basis. Call to schedule!
Morty Bachar and Patty Storms, Lakeside Pottery Ceramic School and Studio LLC, Studio@lakesidepottery.com www.lakesidepottery.com
Learn to create decorative and functional pottery in a professional, spacious and well lit studio centrally located in Stamford, CT. The environment is hospitable and friendly.
Group classes or private lessons are available. After school classes and programs for children. Kiln time share and open Studio time can be purchased for independent work. Custom programs, birthday party events for both, children or adults, and corporate team building workshops are also offered. The studio is located on 543 Newfield Avenue in Stamford, CT only minutes away from Greenwich, Darien, Norwalk and New Canaan.
Joey Sage Jablonski Funkware Pottery 860-487-1145 Ashford CT email@example.com www.funkwarepottery.com
Funkware Pottery is located in Ashford Connecticut. The well-equipped studio, overlooking a large frog pond, provides an excellent creative working environment. The classes are primarily in the use of the electric pottery wheel as a tool in making pots. But there is lots of room for learning the many handbuilding techniques that take the craft to art. For the beginner, there is a balance of structure and freedom of expression to foster a skill base and a love of the craft. You will learn to throw pots on the wheel; creating bowls, mugs, plates, vases, planters and other cool stuff. Then you will learn about the glazing process with access to a beautiful palette of colors. For the advanced student, the environment is a balance of freedom of expression and access to tools and resources allowing continuing growth and expertise. You can play with advanced forms of decoration, experiment with sculptural elements and hone your wheel and handbuilding skills and the combination of the two. Classes are offered in 8 week sessions with 3hours/week of instruction plus practice time.
Susan Brightman, CeramicsPlus Studio, 105A Central Avenue, Ocean View,
Delaware 19970 USA 302-541-8258 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ceramicsplusstudio.com
Arts and Crafts studio for adults, teens and children. Includes potter's wheel and handbuilding with stoneware clays. Also low-fire slip cast ceramics. Painting instruction in watercolor, acrylic and oil. Crafts of all kinds. Call or email for classes and times.
Lois K. Stover ClayUnique 352-483-3595 Cottonnet@aol.com
Mount Dora, Florida I do basic handbuilding, wheel throwing, and Raku workshops. You will be encouraged to bring out your natural creative abilities, surprising yourself to just how creative you really are. I work with adults and children. Home school art programs. Private lessons for adults and children are possible. My specialty is doing life masks ages 8 and up. Appointments are necessary for the masks. Workshops for Clay Monoprinting.. Art camps....call for details.
Annmarie Van Lenten 352-529-2699 AnnmarieVL@aol.com Williston (near Gainesville) FL http://onward.to/mypottery/
I work in functional stoneware medium to high fire. Both electric and gas fired. I also work in Raku pottery. I make my own glazes and offer private lessons to all ages on handbuilding, wheel work, glazes and firing. Call for information
Erik Evans Fire and Mud Ceramics 134 NE 1st ave Hallandale Fl 33009 954-455-3099 email@example.com http://www.fireandmud.com
We are an open (co-op) studio. We have wheel and handbuilding supplies. We teach classes and host workshops. mon 3-10 tues 9-5 wed 3-10 thurs 9-9 fri 9-5 sat 11-5
Candace Turner 561-649-7957 Lantana Florida firstname.lastname@example.org
I live in the West Palm Beach area. I teach wheel throwing one on one. I also teach techniques on hand building, painting, and firing. I use a raku kiln, and electric kiln for firing. This is out of my home, which is more comfortable than an over crowded class room, were I believe there is to much pressure to perform and not enough attention to the individuals idea of art. I teach any one from the ages 8 and up. I teach day and night, seven days a week so scheduling is not a problem.
Gilda Butler Gildasleeves, Ltd. 813-264-2003 Tampa Florida email@example.com
Home studio in Carrollwood area. Private pottery lessons, ages 10 and up. Two-person sessions in hand building, one on one basic throwing sessions & studio time available. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday hours. Electric kiln fired stoneware. Visit our website for full information: http://claystudio.gildasleeves.com PayPal payments accepted online.
Laura Marmol Quemas 338 West Heather Dr., Key Biscayne, Florida
33149 USA 305-365-1753 firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a very nice studio very close to the beach, we do electric wheel , hand building hand made glazes, and yoga too! children and adult welcome, private classes available. This is a very small studio so the time and numbers of students is limited so please call or e-mail first Thank you! we are very flexible. Come and visit us to buy or make your own pot....
Fire and Mud Ceramics 134 NE 1st ave Hallandale Fl 33009 954-455-3099 www.fireandmudceramics.com email@example.com
We are an open (co-op) studio. We have wheel and handbuilding supplies. We teach classes and host workshops. mon 3-10 tues 9-5 wed 3-10 thurs 9-9 fri 9-5 sat 11-5
Ann Coppler, Apopka, Fl. 321-256-2549 firstname.lastname@example.org
I teach workshop on hand building pottery. All ages welcome! I often run classes specifically for children. I have a degree in fine arts and experience in education. Learn fundamentals of pottery. Great for summer activity for children! Also have adult sgraffito workshop. Come join the fun!
Mike Da Grosa, Ceramic Creations, Plant City, Florida 813-719-6666
One on one or group classes focusing on slip cast greenware and bisque, decorating techniques, etc. Over 5000 molds available. We have 5 kilns, have converted my garage into a studio. A customers first piece of their choice will be free including the paint and firing. I'm trying to revive the art in my area.
Marise Fransolino (770) 977-2763 Marietta Georgia email@example.com
At my home studio, in the East Cobb area, I offer private pottery lessons in handbuilding, wheel throwing, surface decoration, and studio procedures for teens and adults, from basic to advanced levels. Classes run year round in both 4-8 week sessions and one-day workshops, for a maximum of 2 students per class. Please contact me via email for further information.
Paint It Yours, Kym Pritchett 678-997-3023 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.paintityours.com Facebook: PAINT IT YOURS
We are a paint your own pottery studio that offers a home studio access as well as a mobile pottery to go program! Our pottery to go program eases the stress of planning a great childs birthday because we bring it all to you! No need to fight the crowd at the mall or transport all party attendees from one place to the next. Check us out for your next birthday party, anniversary, or team building effort! We are putting together class dates for the summer in handbuilding, raku and concepts of kiln operation. Contact us for more information and we will be happy to help!
Gloria Carr The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts 0110424024143 Skopelos Island Greece Skopart@otenet.gr www.Skopart.org
Summer classes,studio facing Aegean Sea, throwing,hand building, glazing, coloring, electric kiln, outdoor traditional Greek wood kiln, non conventional kilns
Humberto Handal Ceramicolor (504) 647 0146 El Progreso Yoro, Honduras, C.A. email@example.com
I am a Gare certified teacher in this area, but I teach several diffrent diciplines, in other words we do almost everything.
Terra Incognito studios and gallery (708)383-6228 Oak Park IL firstname.lastname@example.org
terraincognitostudios.com Full schedule of classes for adults and children. Wheel classes, handbuilding, tile making, Raku and special mini-classes.
The Pot Shop, 1224 Chicago Ave., Evanston, IL 60202, 847-864-7778 www.potshop.com
Dominic Mosca has been teaching pottery for over 30 years. Dominic studied ceramics and received his degree in ceramics from Northeastern Illinois University. He began teaching adult and children’s pottery classes while in college and continues to teach most of the classes at The Pot Shop to this day. The Pot Shop has a studio and gallery. Classes are offered in the studio for both adults and children. The Pot Shop has 19 wheels and 2 kilns.
Melodee Vicars, HandsNClay, 260-637-7244, Fort Wayne, Indiana Melodee@handsnclay.com www.handsnclay.com
HandsnClay offers a variety of classes and workshops from beginning to advanced wheel throwing and handbuilding. We are a full service studio catering to adults in the Northern Indiana area and have a bright and cheery classroom full of new wheels and plenty of shelf space. Our classes and workshops are taught by professional potters who are well-known for the quality of their work and instruction. Class fees include supplies. Please visit our website for our current class and workshop schedules.
Lala Gallery & Studio, 609 Main Street Lafayette, Indiana 47901 765-414-7962 email@example.com
Lala Gallery & Studio represents local and regional artists working in a variety of mediums. Come take a stroll in the gallery and walk through the courtyard into our clay studio and gift shop. Our studio offers a variety of classes for all ages and skill levels. Sign-up for one of our classes or make a custom class of your own. Youth groups, moms, children, families, couples or any combination you can think of, give Lala a call and we can make it happen! Contact: Angela Vinson Owner/Artist/Teacher
John Delawder Asland Area Art Gallery (606) 329-1826 (Gallery) Asland, Ky firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning to advanced wheel classes, soon to offer hand building as well.
Tonya Johnson Payne Street Pottery Studio 502-894-8589 Louisville KY email@example.com
Pottery classes are available in both handbuilding and wheel throwing for the beginning student, as well as those with some experience.
Susan Brightman CeramicsPlus firstname.lastname@example.org 49 Cedar Knoll Road Cockeysville, MD
I work with stoneware and porcelain to to wheel work and hand building. Work in the studio includes wheel work, hand building, ceramic slip casting, and other art media. I work with high-fire and low-fire glazing. I have to good sized electric kilns. Adult and evening classes available. Rental of studio space/time for fee. I also do art mentoring--working with personal issues through art and dialogue. Art mentoring for teens especially effective.
Beth Heit Hamsa Pottery (617) 558-1440 Newton MA email@example.com http://www.bethheit.com
I teach pottery classes for adults at all levels with a lot of indivual attention in a nurturing enviroment. Not more than 5 people in a class. In class we cover working on the wheel, handbuilding, underglazing and glazing.For more info visit my website.
Kathie Grove, 301-717-3958, Burtonsville, MD 20866 firstname.lastname@example.org
I have 24 years of teaching experience. I have been teaching ceramics and sculpture for the past 14 years. I offer private lessons for up to three people at a time. I teach beginning to advanced wheel throwing and hand building. I use mid range stoneware clay and glazes. I have a two electric kilns, three potters wheels, a hand building area and many tools to use.
Kathy Wells ClayWorks Pottery 978-573-0095 email@example.com
Salem MA I teach handbuilding and wheel throwing classes for all ages 4-adult. Classes for kids, teens, Mom(or Dad)and me, adults, and special needs/group home classes. Small classes with lots of individual instruction. Come relax and learn the art of pottery.
James Clark Earthworks Pottery School (413) 562-4534 (413) 525-5075 East Longmeadow MA firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Earthworks Pottery School We are a non-profit organization. We offer pottery and ceramics classes for all ages ... kids to seniors. Our classes encompass many techniques including wheel throwing, hand-building, as well as some decorating of pre-cast ceramic forms. We also offer many special programs to fit you individual needs as well as clay for kids summer program and ceramic parties for events such as birthdays. Earthworks is located in the Heritage Park Plaza in East Longmeadow, just next door to Stop-n-Shop. Walk in, take a look, take a class. Earthworks Pottery School, Inc. Heritage Park Plaza 436 North Main Street East Longmeadow, MA 01028 http://www.earthworksclay.homestead.com
James Clark Earthworks Pottery School (413) 562-4534 East Longmeadow MA firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
We are a non-profit organization. We offer pottery and ceramics classes for all ages ... kids to seniors. Our classes encompass many techniques including wheel throwing, hand-building, as well as some decorating of pre-cast ceramic forms. We also offer many special programs to fit you individual needs as well as clay for kids summer program and ceramic parties for events such as birthdays. Earthworks is located in the Heritage Park Plaza in East Longmeadow, just next door to Stop-n-Shop. Walk in, take a look, take a class. Earthworks Pottery School, Inc. Heritage Park Plaza 436 North Main Street East Longmeadow, MA 01028 Tel: (413) 525-5075 http://www.earthworksclay.homestead.com
Norma Callahan, Beaver Brook Ceramics, (508) 583-0502
East Bridgewater, MA BeaverBrookCeramics.com
I have been in teaching Ceramics for over 25 years and I am Duncan certified. My current class schedule is Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evening for adults. I will be adding to this schedule so I appreciate any interest in additional classes. I have a large collection of molds and the kiln is on site. I do all of my own pouring and firing. Besides teaching I also do repair work on ceramic pieces and ordered finished pieces (party favors, x-mas trees, wedding, nativity, etc.). Any questions please call or visit our website.
Nan Hamilton Mudville Pottery, 181 Pearl Street (corner of Route 28 and Pearl), Somerville, MA 02145 617-623-9191 Mudville Pottery
is the ideal place to relax and experience the joy of creating your own handmade mugs, bowls and other items in clay. Come as a beginner and learn how to work on a potter's wheel or come with experience and tackle that special project you never got around to making. Join us for a muddy good time. www.nanhamilton.com
Sharon Levy, Ancient Echos Arts, North Clensford, MA 978-869-2912
I've been teaching and working in clay for over 30 years (oi). I teach both handbuilding and wheel throwing as well as some sculpture. We work in both light and dark stoneware fired to cone 6 (mid-range high-fire). In addition to glazes and underglazes we utilize engobes and stains in our decorative processes. Visitors are welcome. The classes are limited to 4 so that all may get the attention they need to achieve success. Private times/lessons can be arranged. Please call 978-869-2912 and/or check out www.ancientechosarts.com for more information.
Marybeth Coulter Best firstname.lastname@example.org 011-52-376-766-0049 Ajijic, Jalisco Mexico email@example.com www.kosaipottery.com
I offer one on one workshops with no more than two people at one time. These workshops are intended to improve your throwing and glazing skills at a great rate because of individual attention. I have 27 years experience as a studio potter in Oklahoma, California, Colorado, and Mexico. I fire reduction glazes at cone 6-9 in a gas kiln. I prefer people with some background in wedging, throwing, and glazing. Check my website for workshop descriptions, pictures of the studio and grounds. Check out the article I wrote under the biography page about setting up a studio in Mexico.
Donna Wolper Baja la Parota upriver, el paso yelapa jalisco, mexico firstname.lastname@example.org www.yelapa.info/parota1.html
Baja La Parota is an open air studio offering courses and workshops in handbuilding and wheel throwing in Yelapa and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Studio is open from december-april daily. Week long workshops are given at artful and beautiful b+b with lodging and meals provided.
Margaret Nowak, MSA, MEd. Art Heals and Sustains Spirit Canton, Michigan ArtHeals@peoplepc.com
Working studio potter and art therapist. I teach classes using a variety of mediums including clay. Courses focus on using art as a means for self-exploration, meditation, healing, and tapping into the unconscious. Course Titles include: Connect with the Divine Feminine Spirit, Free your Creative Spirit, Self-Understanding Using Clay, Trouble Dolls, and Mask-Making. Classes can be customized to meet the needs of any group population. Experienced working with developmentally disabled, nursing home residents, sexual abuse survivors, those with mental illnesses, and the general population of kids and adults.
Phil Raskin North Prairie Tileworks 612 871 3421 Information@HandMadeTile.com www.HandMadeTile.com Minneapolis MN
Phil Raskin has been making ceramics for 25 years and has taught many classes in pottery and tile making. Interns, apprentices and individual instruction is available. Please call or visit the web site for more info
Beth Robinson Fired Up, Inc. 612-852-2787 email@example.com www.firedupstudios.com
Minneapolis MN Fired Up offers a variety of classes and workshops from beginning to advanced wheel throwing and handbuilding. We are a full service studio catering to adults in the Twin Cities area and have a brand-new classroom full of new wheels and plenty of shelf space. Our classes and workshops are taught by professional potters who are well-known for the quality of their work and instruction. Class fees include some supplies. Please visit our website for our current class and workshop schedules.
Mike Knox Chicken Ridge Studio 507.895.3370 firstname.lastname@example.org
La Crescent, MN Summer wood fire workshop with Mike Knox and guest artist Chuck Aydlett, June 7-13, 2004 Bring work to fire in a anagama type wood kiln and make work during the week. Clay, glazes, lectures, studio visits, and more included. Cost $250.00 deadline April, 30 2004
Patrick & Nancilee Bodine Bodine Pottery & Art Studio Studio
108 Jeff Davis Avenue P.O. Box 503 Long Beach Mississippi 39560
Work Phone: (228) 863-4734 FAX: (228) 864-3596
Email: Hukmut1@bellsouth.net Website: www.bodinepottery.com
Studio Description: Working studio with two generations of the Bodine family making pottery and teaching classes. The studio includes a showroom and two classrooms. Classes offered include wheel thrown pottery, hand building, Raku classes, after school clay classes for children, and week-long summer camps for kids. Studio hours are from 10 to 6 Monday through Thursday (open until 9 when 6-9 classes are held), 10 to 5 on Friday, and 10 to 3 on Saturday. comments: See web site for information on classes, upcoming shows, or on- line shopping.
Tammy Pease Sticks & Stones Studio 417-451-8090
Silver Dollar City, Branson MO 09/08/00
Check-out my website http://homestead.com/sticksandstonesstudio/home.html
Teres Whitney The Old School 573-754-7988 Louisiana MO email@example.com
Have been involved with clay for over 30 years staring my career with stoneware progressing to porcelain, then earthenware and now back again to stoneware. Classes on handbuilding and raku firing every Wednesday (email or call for information) Will travel to do demonstration with Raku kiln and sample pieces for guests attending. Private instruction is available for any type of clay work. Small selection of clay and glazes available for sale. Will travel to do deomonstrations on handbuilding. Workshop/studio space available at $5.00 per hour or contacted monthly rate. Class/instruction and open studio each Wednesday from 6 pm to 9 pm. Large oxidation kiln fired twice per week.
Sheri Leigh Visiting Artist Workshops at Sierra Nevada College, Lake Tahoe Lake Tahoe, NV775-881-7588 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sierranevada.edu/workshops
Weekends, week-long or two weeks.
VSA Arts of Nevada www.nv.vsarts.org
On-going ceramics programs for adults, children and the disabled.
Great Basin College in Elko, NV offers ceramic classes as part of their art department. For more information go to their web site: www.gbcnv.edu
Carson City Pottery, 3180A Carmine Street, Carson City, NV, 89706
Mon - Wed: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Thurs: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm, Sat: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm Robin Mcgregor email@example.com
John Baymore River Bend Pottery 603-654-2752 JBaymore@compuserve.com
Wilton NH 08/18/00
NY/NJ Academy of Ceramic Arts, located in Jersey City. Classes range from an 8 seession wheel thrown pottery course to a two day Raku Workshop. Information on all courses, including tuition costs, is available by calling 201-432-9315 or sending an email to frank@nynjceramics to request the latest brochure. There will be five classes that will each meet for 8 sessions. These include "The Basics of Handbuilding", "Ceramic Material Science", "Wheel-Thrown Pottery" and "Moldmaking & SlipCasting". Children's classes for ages 9 and up are offered on three consecutive Saturdays in February. Raku Workshop will be offered two times on Saturdays in March. The Academy also offers a course called "Material Science Primer". This course is designed for those who have a curiosity about the raw materials that comprise clay bodies. The NY/NJ Academy of Ceramic Art was founded in 1997 by Frank Bosco, ceramic artist and educator who exhibits nationwide and is currently professor at The Rhode Island School of Design. www.nynjceramics.com
Art School at Old Church 201-767-7160 Demarest NJ firstname.lastname@example.org www.tasoc.org
full line of day and evening ceramics classes and workshops - 2 gas , 1 raku and 2 electric kilns for complete pottery experience
Heather Kovach, Down to Earth Pottery, 53 Route 23, Franklin, NJ 07416 973-827-6070 fax 973-827-6023 www.down2earthpottery.com
I have classes for all levels and ages.
ArtHaven is a privately owned and operated arts education center located in Hammondsport, New York. Open from March 15 through November 15, we offer classes in a variety of arts including pottery, drawing, painting, stained glass, garden design.... Classes are held in an 1850s Greek Revival farmhouse sitting on 100 acres with a pond and a great view of Keuka Lake from the hillside. We often venture our with the ArtCaboose to visit surrounding vineyards, gardens, and wineries and have even held class on board the Viking Spirit Tour Boat while cruising Keuka Lake. ArtHaven does not have a permanent staff of art teachers, instead, we hire artists to teach workshops. There is always something new to learn. CONTACT: Barbara Lucas www.ArtHaven.com 607-569-3322
LOCATION: 8862 County Route 87 Hammmondsport, New York 14840
ANIBAL CICARDI Lower East Tiles 107 Suffolk St. # 501 in the Lower East Side of Manhattan NY NY 10002 (212) 228-7719
Original artwork in ceramic murals, tiles and mosaic with an latino american accent: a blend of Mexican tradition, tango murals and pop oriented handmade tiles. Monday to Saturday 9am to 7pm. For visits to the studio, interested in our handmade tiles or projects, please make an appointment by telephone or e-mail to LowerEastTiles@Aol.com Classes in tilemaking, glaze and underglaze painting, firing and installing for a maximun of 3 students per class once a week, 8 sessions.
Tricia Tomaka Pleasantly Ceramics by Tricia 716-649-3120 email@example.com Lake View, NY
I teach ceramic classes in a studio located in Lake View, New York. Sessions are in 8 week intervals that run starting in September and run to the end of May. I carry a very large assortment of greenware and bisque. I am a certified Duncan teacher, however I will carry other manufacturers products.
Karen Abbo AntWerks 716-998-6773 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.antwerksstudio.com Lewiston NY
I am a mixed-media sculptor with a degree from SUNY Buffalo. My studio is located at the Niagara Arts & Cultural Center (NACC)(#238) in Niagara Falls, NY, USA. I am offering classes and workshops for both adults and children over 8 yrs. old in handbuilding and papier mache. Classes run year round in both 2-4 week sessions and one day workshops. You may contact me at the above number or email me for more information.
Robert Jiorle Eclectibles 908-454-7810 Stewartsville NJ Art Classes available through Eclectibles, located in Stewartsville, NJ
Beginner through advanced ceramics classes offered. I have 29 years of art education experience. I have taught children & adults, ages 5 - 85, and love every minute of it!
George Schaeffer Buffalo Clayart Center 716 875 4108 Buffalo NY email@example.com
Adult Introductory pottery classes. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. 6 week classes meet once per week for 2 1/2 hours. Classes are offered on regular basis, but there is no set schedule. Limited class size and reasonable in price.
Karen Abbo 716-998-6773 Lewiston NY firstname.lastname@example.org www.antwerksstudio.com
I have a gallery/studio in beautiful, picturesque Lewiston, NY, situated on the banks of the Niagara River. I am a multimedia sculptor with a degree from SUNY Buffalo. I am offering classes and workshops for both adults and children over 6 yrs. old in handbuilding and papier mache. Classes run year round in both 2-4 week sessions and one day workshops. You may contact me at the above number or email me for more information.
BrickHouse Ceramic Art Center, Ellen E. Day, Director, 10-34 44th Drive, Long Island City, NY 11101 718-784-4907 www.brickhouseny.com email@example.com
A private studio that offers year-round pottery classes to adults at the beginner, intermediate and advanced level. Shelf space is also available in the Associate Artist Studio to ceramic artists and advanced students for a monthly fee. Handmade pottery is for sale in our retail space. The 4,000 sq. ft. ceramic studio is fully equipped with slab rollers, potter's wheels, extruders, glazes, and kilns. Unique programming, visiting artist workshops and international pottery tours are also offered. Benchtime to registered students is also available.
Upcoming workshops .......
Sanam Emami Workshop
November 8th 2009 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Porcelain: Throwing & Assembling Pottery Forms
Demonstrations will include: throwing, altering, stamping and silk screening. Registration Fee $85 (includes lunch) To register or RSVP call 718-784-4907 or email:
Sanam Emami Exhibition
October 5th - November 8th 2009 Mon & Fri 12-8 pm;
Tue, Wed, Thu 10 am-8 pm; Sat 10 am-4 pm
Closing Reception & Slide Presentation November 7th, 2009 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Join us to meet the artist. Slide lecture begins at 7 pm.
Free Admission (please RSVP)
Scott Haines Bridges Street Pottery 1910 Bridges Street Morehead City North Carolina 28557 252-808-2818 Mudman1910@yahoo.com
Once a church, now a pottery gallery and working studio, Bridges Street Pottery has functional and decorative stoneware, raku and porcelain. Raku workshops twice a month. On the N.E. corner of Bridges Street and 20th Street. Typically open on week days 9 to 5. Please call or e-mail... I teach classes at the college on Monday and Wednesday A.M.]
Lisa Skeen Living Tree Studios 336-644-2768 Summerfield NC firstname.lastname@example.org www.living-tree.net
I offer pottery classes for adults on 3 nights per week. We also have a gallery featuring works from over 35 local and regional artists in many media such as pottery, jewelry, painting, and stained glass. Class sizes are limited for individual attention. :)
Also: Linda Blossom workshop September 21 and 22, 2002. Linda's work is architectural tile and she will be teaching how to make a sink and tile surround, complete with mounting instruction. Cost is $85 per person, plus $15 for meals, or BYO. Call to pay by credit card; deposit required to hold your place as space is limited. Send check to: Living Tree Studios 6329 US158 Summerfield, NC 27358
Brent Smith Brent Smith Pottery 704 633-1185 Salsibury NC email@example.com
I offer beginning wheel throwing classes as well as advanced throwing. Individual attention as needed. We use primary a midrange stoneware with custom glazes in an electric kiln. On occasions a gas and/or wood firing are available for students. Studio space is also available.
Gary Lee, Rising Sun Pottery, studio & gallery, 704-735-5820,
Lincolnton, NC, RisingSunPottery@aol.com www.risingsunpottery.com
Rising Sun Pottery is located in Historic Downtown Lincolnton, NC and is owned by Gary Lee. Rising Sun Pottery offers studio rental space, a teaching facility, a 12 member Guild and a store front Gallery. Gary has been a potter for 15 years and has been teaching 7 of those years. Rising Sun offers several Raku firing workshops each year and Gary teaches a week long workshop each year at Wild Acres Retreat, located in Little Switzerland, NC. Gary is a member of Carolina Claymatters Pottery Guild and President of the Lincoln Art Council.
Irene Miller Fayetteville North Carolina firstname.lastname@example.org
I offer ceramics classes for everyone - individual or groups at very reasonable prices. Classes available days, evenings and weekends.
Can also provide greenware or bisque pieces, as well as slip. Firing services are also available.
Casey Keasler Cuyahoga Valley Arts 330-926-1942 Cuyahoga Falls OH email@example.com
I do mainly stoneware pottery, both wheel and handbuiding.
Toledo Potters Guild 419-535-6937 Toledo OH
Teaching adults and children both wheel throwing and hand building. We fire to cone 6. Classes for adults for 10 sessions is $175, for children $125. Classes meet one session per week. Prices include 25 pounds of clay, a basic tool kit, glazes and firings. Additional clay can be purchased for $8. Intermediate level classes are also available.
Rosemary V. Benson, Fireflower Pottery, Clinton, OH, Rusty_rvb@msn.com 330-493-0448 or 806-6421
Only electric kilns right now. We are in an old school building and have spaces for rent for studios, clay or other. We teach Weds and Saturday currently. Looking to expand. Need artists. Other retail coming in building. Need restaurant. We have adult and children's classes.
I can throw, but love handbuilding, especially tiles. I make wedding chalices and whimsical figurines. I make wall tile pictures. Come see us soon. To visit any other day, call my cell phone to arrange...330-806-6421.
Ashley M. Hensley Pottery Place (405)789-3342 Gecko7919@yahoo.com
OK I teaching beginning ceramics classes for the wheel. For any age person, from kids to adults!
Ti Phillips Earth Stoke 'N Fire Pottery Studio and Artist Retreat 405-899-6185 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ti Phillips teaches online pottery classes year round. Classes are for the novice to advanced potter. Instruction includes history into pottery, clay body and glaze techniques, firing techniques, setting up studios, selling your products and much, much more. We teach advanced clay and glaze calculation for the novice and advanced potter. Moderately priced, these classes are perfect for the potter who wishes to work at their own pace. Homeschooler's welcome.
Enjoy yourself at our pottery and artist retreat! Pitch your tent in a beautiful 30 acre wooded area. Fire your pottery in wood, gas, salt, pit, raku, electric, sawdust and a unique underground Japanese bank kiln. Meals provided! We currently have 25 campsites available for artists. Cabins coming soon! Contact us for reservations and operation schedule. Visit our site at http://www.earthstokenfire.com
Michael Hammond Trail Oregon Pottery 541 8783012
email@example.com Trail, Oregon, box 94, 97541
I have been making pots and building kilns for 30 years. Presently I am making early American reproduction salt-fired stoneware (cone 11). My primary glaze is an oak ash that is just beautiful. I am willing to share what I have learned with interested parties. Twenty years of salting, 0ver a hundred kilns built, equipment making, clay forming, a bunch of ways to cheat the "ceramic rule book", on and on etc. etc.
Is anyone interested in helping to build a large, long, Korean type of Tamba kiln, or commonly called a "split-bamboo kiln" we will be laying down a cone-11 flat with wood. The design stakes are in the ground and plans drawn. This is the type of kiln that is fired from small ports along the top of the dragons spine. Lots of ash deposition and flashing. Look up "Tamba, one of the seven ancient kilns of Japan" There is a clay deposit on my land that will make kiln blocks for building and I have hundreds of acres of fire-wood waiting for the sacrament of a stoneware fire. Please send some feedback.
Hello, I am a handbuilder, and am interested in teaching. I teach children from my back yard in the summer, clay play. And I have taught adults all the handbuilding aspects, coiling, slab forming, pinch etc. I am very interested in getting back into teaching. CoilLady@aol.com
Carol Jackaway, Carol's Clay Fantasies, 9 W. Elbon Rd., Parkside Pa. 19015
Contact on line or by phone 610-876-0693
Donna L. Hartman *** Hartman Art Studio Certified Art Teacher: private lessons in hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery emphasizing an academic or hobby approach. ( B.S. from Millersville University; 20 yrs. public school teaching; 5 yrs. private teaching ) firstname.lastname@example.org
Vickie Allen, 35 years master potter, has a teaching degree, and offers seven weeks pottery sessions, about every two months. Students learn the skills of hand building and wheel throwing, making twelve or more beautifully glazed, kitchen-friendly pots. Always wanted to try pottery? Do a "clay experience" In two hours make three pieces- one hand and two wheel thrown, in a week come back to glaze them in a dip and pour method.
Call ahead, min. two students.
Allen Stoneware Gallery LLC in the Shops at the Colony by Presque Isle State Park www.allenstonewaregallery.com
Cathleen McGowan Purring Banshee Studios (717)337-3657 Gettysburg, PA email@example.com www.purringbanshee.com
I am a certified Pre-K through 12 art teacher, with a master's in education. I am available for private or group lessons in pottery (wheel and handbuilding), raku firing, sculpture in clay, wood, or metal, drawing, and acrylic and oil painting. I also have my own work that I sell, mostly wheel-thrown pottery.
Ana Malo A Roda do Barro 011 351 282-332440 Silves, Portugal firstname.lastname@example.org
I´m 27 , I work in cerãmic for about 7 years, in wheel throwing and glaze finishing. I´ve studied one intense year of wheel throwing.
Appalachian Center for Crafts, Tennessee Technological University
These are all five-day workshops. I believe the combined cost of workshop, room, and board (Sunday night to Friday afternoon) is a little under $500. Housing is in comfortable condominium-style dorms. Those of you who have been here before know that we have one of the finest ceramics facilities in the country, all located in a beautiful wilderness setting overlooking Center Hill Lake, 60 miles east of Nashville on the Highland Rim of the Cumberland Plateau. http://plato.ess.tntech.edu/acc/ Email me your snail-mail address and we'll send you a brochure.
Vince Pitelka vpitelka@DeKalb.net 615/597-5376 email@example.com 615/597-6801 ext. 111, fax 615/597-6803 Appalachian Center for Crafts,Tennessee Technological University, 1560 Craft Center Drive, Smithville TN 37166
Terry Osborne Private Instructor 276-386-6238 Church Hill TN firstname.lastname@example.org
I have taught secondary school art classes for 20 years, specializing in portraits in various media. Pottery techniqes covered in classes include slab, coil, and pinch pot handbuilding methods, and wheel-throwing instruction. Students can create works based on highly collectible Appalachian face jugs.
Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts - Summer - Clay Classes
Tiffanie Davis CR8ART 806-786-4931 Lubbock Texas email@example.com
I teach private wheel throwing lessons out of my studio. I am a certified art teacher and taught art in schools for 7 years. I make simple functional stoneware and terra cotta pottery--- orders are available. Please feel free to contact me for any info about my pottery or private lessons. Thanks
Hello, my name is Helvi Abatiell. I'm the owner of Creative Space, the Art Gym here in Rutland, Vermont. http://members.aol.com/creatvspce/
We offer pottery, painting, drawing, darkroom, sewing, arts & crafts, and much more! Classes in all these and also open studio times are what we are all about. We will consider private and/or group lessons, birthday parties, critiques, etc. I have an electric 8 sided Paragon kiln and would consider firing for people at $5 per shelf. You may call me at 802/773-4350 from 11-8 M-F, 10-8 Sat, 12-4 Sun, or leave a message.
Toni Gregory, Gregory Studio and Ceramic Supply Studio
1122 Westbriar Drive Richmond, VA 23233 Work phone: 804.750.2595 FAX: 804.750.2595 firstname.lastname@example.org or GregoryStudio@aol.com
Gregory Studio features clay classes for adults and children, ceramic supplies, art and craft work by local artisans, as well as contemporary "paint-your-own ceramics" type stuff! Also featured at the studio is hand-crafted pottery by Toni Gregory. The low-fire earthenware clay work includes both hand-built, as well as wheel-thrown pieces. Bright, vibrant colors and interesting textures are Toni Gregory's signature for these fun and whimsical pieces.
Open: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 12-6pm Wednesday closed Friday 12-8pm Saturday 10am-6pm Sunday 12-6pm **Please call ahead to be sure the studio is not reserved!
Deborah Abel Ceramics and Crafts by Debbie 540-710-1078 email@example.com
Fredericksburg VA I am currently working out of my home doing ceramics and crafts - I teach ceramics at the Spotsylvania Parks and Recreation and will be teaching crafts at YMCA this summer. I offer classes for adults and children in my home at your convenience. I also do Birthday Parties for a small fee which pays for the piece to be painted, the paints and brushes and glazing and firing afterwards. I have over 2000 molds in inventory and currently work with 2 kilns for firing, but have 7 kilns in all. Would consider selling a few kilns if someone is interested. Please contact me with any questions.
I have 3 electric kilns, can offer firings to Cone 04; Cone 6 for small quantities. Raku kiln and firing help available. I teach throwing, handbuilding, and tilemaking. I have 4 electric wheels and a slab roller. Also happy to give beginners advice over the phone about buying equipment, setting up their own studio, etc.
Pat Colyar (about 40 miles from Seattle)
15030 418th Ave. SE > Gold Bar, WA 98251 > 360-793-1305 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.firetrail.com/~pcolyar/
Brenda Beeley ClaySpace on Puget Sound (360) 598-3688 Suquamish WA email@example.com www.clayspaceonpugetsound.com
ClaySpace on Puget Sound is a beautiful waterfront studio with views of Mount Rainier, the Cascades and the Space Needle. It is located in Kitsap County about 45 minutes from Downtown Seattle by ferry and auto/bus. There are beautiful beaches, hiking trails, kayaking, massage, waterfront camping, B&B's and great restaurants and art galleries. INFO & REGISTRATION: Brenda Beeley PO BOX 1339 Suquamish,
WA 98392-1339 (360) 598-3688
Creative Learning Center Poulsbo, Washington firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes, Workshops, Parties, Supplies, Travel Retreats in a variety of mediums including: Glass, Pottery, Ceramics, Fine Art, Cement, Sculpture, Garden Art, Mosaics, Jewelry. Email for a brochure.
Dirk Dahl, Dahl Arts Pottery Studio, Kenmore, WA email@example.com
Beginning & continuing wheel throwing and hand-building. Individual instruction
will be based on student's skill set. Dirk will instruct and demonstrate both functional hand built pieces and sculptural work using various techniques; students will work with slab, coil and other methods and will be encouraged to expand on what they have learned, taking projects in their own direction.
Margaret Boozer Red Dirt Studio 202 588-9830 Washington DC firstname.lastname@example.org
The Seminar at Red Dirt Studio: I teach an advanced seminar on sculpture and ceramics in my studio. The seminar addresses a small group of self-directed potters and sculptors who wish to participate in a collective work/study/critique environment. We make things, think critically, talk, problem-solve, pool resources, and generate good creative energy. We address the making of art and the business of art. I am a ceramic sculptor, showing locally, nationally and internationally. My work is in the permanent collection of the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian. I’ve taught at the Corcoran College of Art and Design, and currently teach at Gallaudet University.
CrackPots is a working studio located near Lake Michigan just north of the Illinois border, offering ongoing 6-week evening classes in wheel throwing, hand-building and tile making. Class sizes are small with 6-8 students per session. We offer oxidation firing in low-fire earthenware and mid-range stoneware and porcelain. Wide variety of glazes are available. We welcome all ability levels and offer open studio time if you prefer to work on your own. We also host Sunday afternoon workshops, which include tile-making intensives, mosaics, fused glass, art welding, concrete sculpting, and assemblage art. Visit us at our website or call for more information and class schedules.
JS CrackPots Studio
5208 Springbrook Road
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
262-694-7845 email@example.com www.jscrackpots.com
Anthony Ramiro Anco Ceramique 14 don Pio st. Don Enrique Hts. Quezon city 1100 Philippines 063-29319659 063-4270590 firstname.lastname@example.org
Offers stoneware pottery workshops for kids and adults. Basic and advanced. open: monday to saturday. 9am to 6pm.by appointment only.
Sarah Peek Sarah Peek Conservation +44 (0) 1798 342 763 email@example.com www.sarahpeek.co.uk Sussex England UK 01/22/70
Dedicated to the quality conservation and restoration of objects in terms of their future preservation. Conservation to museum standards and restoration to the standard of invisible repair. Based in a Sussex studio, well equipped for professionals, a variety of techniques and materials are employed to match the needs of the object's condition and the owners requirements.
Mallory Serebrin, Jerusalem Ceramic Art Center - Studio ArtWorks, Jerusalem, Israel +972-2-672-7550 ArtWorks@013.netwww.JerusalemCeramicArtCenter.com
I have been teaching ceramics for over 8 years to kids and adults. I also do production for export to America from Israel. I work in low-fire earthenware and love color! My background is in painting - BFA, Pratt Institute, and have applied my knowledge of painting to the clay. I offer a 6 week handbuilding class, private lessons on the wheel, on-going open studio sessions for adults and kids classes too.
Surendera M Bhanot, Avis Studio, Union Teritorry, Chandigarh, India
It is a basic Indian style workshop to do basic things on wheel to give exposure to the city kids who do not get to see the potters' work in the cities. We are going to expand to a workable workshop to do creative work soon.
- North Carolina
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- Washington DC