Fee includes instruction, one bag of clay, glazing and firing.
Pottery Class Tools
Students are asked to provide and use their own tools. Professional tool kits are available at Plainsman Clay, student grade pottery tools can be purchased at local art supply stores or as an add-on with class registration.
|Thursdays, September 22–December 1||4:30–6:30 pm||
*(split with Wheel Throwing Level 1) no class Nov 24
Don’t miss out on important class updates! We send important participant emails and updates directly through Eventbrite. Make sure Eventbrite emails are going to your Inbox – you will receive an email confirmation immediately after you register in a program. If you do not see the email confirmation, check your junk folder.
Health & Safety:
We strive to keep staff, volunteers, visitors and program participants safe in our programming spaces and we will continue to follow all provincial government regulations.
Our programs include the following safety protocols:
- All staff and instructors are fully vaccinated
- Those experiencing illness should not attend class (refunds/transfers available on a case by case basis)
- Individual supplies for each student
- Increased cleaning of high-touch surfaces
- Masking is encouraged
Please note, there may be an occasion where we are unable to safely offer regular classes consistently due to the unpredictability of COVID-19. This could result in classes being interrupted, canceled, or moved to online, depending on the program.
*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.