POTTERY CLASSES October – November 2019
Beginning Adult Pottery on the Electric Potter’s Wheel: Cost is $120 +$40 for materials and firings.
~Wednesdays, October 16th – November 20th 6:30 – 8:30 pm Full OR
~Thursdays, October 17th – November 21st 6:30 – 8:30 pm 5 seats left
- Learn to make the basic vessels on the pottery wheel. We’ll start with mugs, move on to bowls and plates then progress to pitchers and lidded containers
- Learn glazing techniques
Intermediate Adult Pottery on the Electric Potter’s Wheel : Cost is $120 +$40 for materials and firings.
~Tuesdays, October 15th – November 19th 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Full
Build on the basic skills learned in the beginning classes or past experience
- Make multiples of everything in order to gain muscle memory in your hands
- Learn new forms
- Create larger pieces
- Learn trimming
- Learn to make altered pieces like teapots and pitchers
- Learn new surface techniques. We will explore wax resist, scrafitto, making and using stamps, and marbelizing clay.
Advanced Adult Pottery on the Electric Potter’s Wheel: Cost is $120 + $40 for materials and firings.
~Mondays, October 14th – November 18th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Full
- Build on the concepts learned in the beginning and intermediate classes.
- Create your own set of stamps
- Use oxides or stains to enhance your artwork
- Perfect your pottery
- Bring your own ideas to share with the class
Children’s Pottery Classes ages 8-14 Cost is $ 120 for 6 sessions all materials and firings included
~Thursdays, October 10th – November 14th 4:30 – 6:30pm No class on Halloween. Full
- Learn to make pottery on the potter’s wheel
- Make a set of dishes to eat from
- Learn to trim your pots like a professional
- Bring your imagination ready for creating!
Date Nights Cost is $10 per hour per person + $5 material fee per person.
~Friday and Saturday Evenings 4 pm – 6 pm or 7 pm – 9 pm
Bring your best friend, sister, brother, child, spouse, or a group! Why not celebrate your anniversary or have your bachelorette party or … at the studio.
- Experience how to throw vessels on the electric potter’s wheel.
- Don’t worry if you’ve never made pottery before, there’ll be lots of help for the hard stuff!
- People tend to make two – six items on a date.
Dragon Fire Ceramics accepts cash, checks.
Please make checks out to Kitty Sabelman.
Gift Certificates available!
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Spent some time here, wonderful place. Full of creative energy. Just lets your creative juices flow. I made a lot of slab work and coil work. Great time. Will be a constant visitor. Thank you Kitty for all your patience!