The 2024 Winter Class registration is filled.
The 2024 Spring Class registration will open February 8, 2024. Class dates to be determined.
The 8-week winter session will be held Monday 1/15/24, Tuesday 1/16/24, or Wednesday 1/17/24 from 5:30-8:30 pm. The winter pottery pickup and potluck is March 6, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The 2023 Fall session potluck and pottery pickup is November 1, 5:30-7:30 pm
Spring Session 2024
Spring registration will open on February 8, 2024. By 8:00am there will be a link here to register through Schedulicity. Sign-up will be first come first served, classes fill up fast. If you have any questions send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fired Earth Pottery classes are geared towards small class sizes with individualized instruction. Absolute beginners and experienced potters are all welcome. This 8-week course will be an introduction to hand-building and wheel-thrown ceramics. The class will cover the basics of the pottery process for beginners and allow for the assistance of those who come with experience. In week 7 you will glaze all of your work and in week 8 you will pick up your finished pieces.
General description of the class:
In this general course for adults, you will learn hand-building techniques, how to use the potter’s wheel, and glazing techniques. Beginners and more advanced students are welcome; the classes are tailored toward individual instruction. The course is taught by Courtney Kaczorowski, Craig Clifford, and Debbie Kupinsky at Fired Earth Pottery.
Open Studio is held from 9:00 – 1:00 on Saturdays. On the first day of class, you can sign up for 2 Saturdays. Open Studio is a time to work independently to develop your skills. There will be an instructor or renter on site for questions.
COST: $240.00 per 8-week session. This cost includes the first bag of clay, instruction, glazes, and firing. More clay is available for purchase at the studio.
HOW TO SIGN UP: Follow the Schedulicity link available on November 1, 2023. Email Angie at FiredEarthPottery@gmail.com with any questions.
WHAT TO BRING: Items you will want to bring to class include a hand towel, a small 1-gallon pail, and a small set of pottery tools ( including a needle tool, cut-off wire, wood rib, metal rib, sponge, and a trimming tool). These are available at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Jack Richeson, online, etc for $10.00 or less. If you have other clay working tools, feel free to bring those as well. Make sure your name is on them. Remember to wear clothes suitable for working with clay, and to leave all jewelry (rings, watches, bracelets, etc.) at home.