Make a beautiful hand-built pottery piece just the way you like it! Gather your friends and have a fun afternoon in a professional pottery studio and leave the glazing to us! You’ll enjoy an afternoon of creative fun adding designs and textures into your unique customized mug or serving platter. Bring your design ideas to class and let them come to life! Fee includes clay, firing and glaze. Project will be ready for pick up approximately 3 weeks after the class. Students must bring their own tools.




Intricate Hand-Built Mug

Sunday, October 24

1–4 pm


Decorated Serving Platter

Sunday, November 14

1–4 pm


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Additional safety protocols in place include:

  • Student sign-in for each class will include a health check prior to each class, those experiencing symptoms are required to stay home (A make-up class or equivalent supplies and instructions will be provided for students who miss a class due to illness)
  • Increased cleaning of high-touch surfaces
  • Individual supplies for each student
  • Hand sanitizer available in class
  • Gloves available in class
  • Socially distanced workspaces and social distancing of 2 metres will be promoted when moving about the classroom/studio/ gallery
  • Students are required to wear a mask or face shield when in the studio or moving about the space
  • Instructors required to wear a mask or face shield

*Please note that a small Eventbrite fee is applied to all bookings.

Secure your spot early, and help ensure your class runs. Ticket sales for most programs close 7 days prior to the class, and refunds will be granted up to 7 days prior to the start of the class. View our community class cancellation and withdrawal policies.



Total Time

3 hours






Pottery Studio, St. Albert Place


Elene Hartman