Fees and Class Schedule:

  • Class fees cover instructed class time (3 hours per week x 5 weeks), two additional open studio sessions for independent work, use of tools and equipment, 25 pounds of clay (more available for purchase) and glazing and firing of your pieces. 

  • No make-up classes are given, but you’re more than welcome to drop in on another session if there is an opening. 

  • Clay is available for purchase at the studio, cash or check preferred. Laguna B-Mix and Rod's Bod are $15 per bag, Aardvark Nara porcelain is $20.


 

Cancellation Policy:

  • Course fee is refundable up to two weeks prior to the start of the course. 

  • Refunds will not be given if you cannot attend the course and it is less than two weeks before the start date; however, you may transfer your reservation to a future class session if there is space.

  • No refunds will be issued after the class has begun.

  • Open studio reservations are non-transferable and non-refundable. 

  • Open studio session packages (5 sessions or 10 sessions) are non-refundable and must be used within one year.


 

Studio Rules:

  • Students must be 14 or older (some exceptions apply, please reach out to us if you have a child younger than 14 who would like to enroll in a class.) 

  • Cone 10 clay only in the studio unless otherwise approved by a teacher. Lower fire clay may ruin our kiln and other student’s work. 

  • Only pieces created during class or open studio time will be fired, unless otherwise arranged with the instructor. 

  • Any work left behind for more than 30 days may be discarded without notice. 

  • Do not sweep the floor or sand pieces inside, as this releases particulates in the air.

  • No loading, unloading, or otherwise handling the kilns by the students.

  • You must clean your space and put away all tools before leaving for the day. 

Please recognize that pottery is an art, and clay can be a fickle beast; we cannot guarantee that your pieces will come out the way that you envision, or that they will survive all the stages of the making process.