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Classes in Pottery & Ceramics

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  • Pottery Class Wednesday Evening

    $145.83

    Pottery Class Wednesday Evening

    5:30 to 8:30 

    Starts November 14th 2018 Ends December 19th

        Class is for all levels. I will work with each student to help you better your skills and give you the information needed to do this on your own at home. Class includes a 25 lb bag of clay, tools and all the firings. Pottery class will be a fun way to spend a few hours on a Saturday and get your mind off everything else going on at that time. Come ready to make a mess and have a blast. 

  • Pottery Class Wednesday Morning

    $145.83

    Pottery Class Wednesday Morning 

    9:30 to 12:30 

    Starts November 14th 2018 Ends December 19th

        Class is for all levels. I will work with each student to help you better your skills and give you the information needed to do this on your own at home. Class includes a 25 lb bag of clay, tools and all the firings. Pottery class will be a fun way to spend a few hours on a Saturday and get your mind off everything else going on at that time. Come ready to make a mess and have a blast. 

  • Pottery Class Tuesday Afternoon

    $145.83

    Pottery Class Tuesday Afternoon

    11:00-2:00

    Starts November 13th 2018 Ends December 18th

        Class is for all levels. I will work with each student to help you better your skills and give you the information needed to do this on your own at home. Class includes a 25 lb bag of clay, tools and all the firings. Pottery class will be a fun way to spend a few hours on a Saturday and get your mind off everything else going on at that time. Come ready to make a mess and have a blast. 

  • Raku Pottery Class Saturday Morning

    $175.00

    Raku Pottery Class Saturday Morning 

                                                 9:30-12:30

    Raku Starts December 1st 2018 ends January 5th 2019

    Objective:

                           The primary objective of this class is to get a sense of what a raku kiln is, how it works and how to control the results of our pots. You will get as much out of this class as you want. If your goal at the end of the class is to buy or build a Raku kiln and be firing on your own that is possible. If your goal is just to have fun I will make sure you do.

    We will discuss and do different alternative firings including- Raku, Horse Hair, Sagger and Smoke Firing. We will Come up with a schedule as a class on the first day and stick to that Schedule. 

     Materials/Dress Code:

                 Clay- Any clay will work but a cone 6 white stoneware is recommended(WH8 is Best) You will be supplied with one 25 LB bag of clay on the first day

                Glaze- We will supply a number of different Raku glazes in brush form. You are also welcome to purchase your own glazes.

                Tools- We will supply all the tools needed for this class but you are also welcome to bring your own.

                Dress Code- Closed toe shoes, try not to wear polyester, Pants, Bandana(recommended), Gloves Supplied but are welcome to bring your own(have to be welding gloves or some type of high temp. material), long Sleeve Shirt(recommended)

                We will all be taking turns pulling hot pots from the kiln so this dress code will not be mandatory every class period, only on the day that you are going to be helping pull pots. It will be very hot and we will be outside. Bring stuff to keep you cool and sunscreen is a good idea.

     Class Criteria:

                 First Class- Come prepared with a few pieces(no larger then 8” tall and 6”wide) fired to Bisque Cone 04 and already glazed. You are welcome to come in before the 1st class to get your piece glazed. Pieces need to be totally dried before firing so we need to have them glazed at least a day in advanced. Ask to talk to me(Dan Lauer) and I will help you get set up to glaze

    Remaining 5 classes-We will set a schedule on the first class period, stating what kind of firing we will be doing each class. You will be expected to come prepared each class. Because of a time restraint the kiln will be closed and be firing by 9:45 AM No Exceptions!!!! so don’t be late.

                 Students will take turns each class period helping me fire and pull pots. During the firing time the other students will have studio time to make stuff and get prepared for the next class. Firings take about an hour and a Half. Leaving time for everyone to get in the studio and work. 

    If there are any questions as to talk to me( Daniel Lauer)

  • Pottery Class Saturday 1-4pm

    $175.00

    Pottery Class Saturday 1-4pm 

     Starts December 1st 2018 ends January 5th

     1:00 pm- 4:00

     

        Class is for all levels. I will work with each student to help you better your skills and give you the information needed to do this on your own at home. Class includes a 25 lb bag of clay, tools and all the firings. Pottery class will be a fun way to spend a few hours on a Saturday and get your mind off everything else going on at that time. Come ready to make a mess and have a blast. 

  • Throwing Thursday Evening Nov. 29th – Jan. 10th

    $175.00

    Throwing Thursday Evening

    CLASS IS FULL


    Time - 5:30 to 8:30 

    When-November 9th - January 10th

    (no class December 27th)


  • Tour with pinch pot and throwing demo.

    $3.33

    Tour of New Mexico Clay

    Make a pinch pot and enjoy a throwing demo.

  • Open Studio Throw, slab, extrude

    $10.00 As low as: $8.33

    Open Studio Throw, slab, extrude
    Pay for three hours stay all day!

    Please no open studio during classes 

    All Day Monday and Friday are great!

  • Intro to Potter's Wheel

    $42.00

    Intro to Potter's Wheel 

  • Birthday party for kids 6 to 12

    $18.00

    Birthday party for kids 6 to 12

    You Must Schedule the time in advance with the teacher.

    • 2 hours long
    • You furnish cake and drinks. 
    • This can be Painting on bisque or hand building.