ADULT CLAY WHEEL AND HANDBUILDING CLASSES!

Beginner to Intermediate Level. 
Next session starts March 1st!

SESSIONS:

Our Adult Clay Classes operate in 4 week sessions beginning the first week of each month. These are offered on either Tuesdays or Thursdays once a week, for four weeks. Time is from 4pm - 6pm. The cost breaks down to only $20 per hour, making the class $160 before the purchase of your tools ($15 and yours to keep)!

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WHAT DO YOU GET?

Get your hands dirty with a fun and interactive clay class session. All students will end the four weeks with knowledge of wheel throwing and hand building, as well as 6 clay projects!  Class sizes are kept small in order to ensure each participant gets enough attention from the instructor. Only 4 students per class! Price includes firing for 6 items which you can bring back to the studio to paint if you choose. The first 3 weeks of the session we focus on teaching you different styles of hand building and wheel throwing. The fourth week you get to trim and clean your items to get them kiln ready!

 

COVID POLICIES AND SAFETY

We will not be renting out any tools or smocks for the time being due to COVID. 

For your class, please bring: A towel and apron that you will be responsible for taking home with you and washing after each session, old clothes that you do not mind getting dirty in, hair bands to keep hair out of face, your clay tools (if not purchased from us), Closed toed shoes.

What we are doing to keep you safe:

Plexigass between tables and clay wheels, masks must be worn all times, a four person per class maximum, no shared tools or supplies, distanced instruction, covid waivers, temperature checks, and more!

 

STUDIO AND CLASS POLICIES

 All members, students, and all people who use the studio must adhere to the following rules and procedures.  Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of your class.

- Clean up your workstation and any area you have used after you are done.  This includes the area surrounding your workstation such as the floor if carved, trimmed, or wet clay has fallen. This also includes any equipment and tools you have gotten clay or slip on.

-Do not use any equipment without being shown how to use it by a staff member.

If you break equipment because you used it without prior instruction, you will be held liable for any damage caused. 

-Students must clean up before the end of class.


-Do not scrape or sand bone dry work in the studio as it creates hazardous dust. Wet sanding is ok. 

-Please do not sweep, use a damp sponge to clean up debris.  


-Do not touch anything on any other persons shelf.  

-Work left at the studio for more than two weeks after the end of the class will be discarded.  This includes both bisque and glaze work.

-Glazed work that is considered dangerous for the kiln shelves or other peoples work may be rejected from any firing.

 

(760) 726-9293

20 Main St #110, Vista, CA 92083, USA