Spring Gallery Night 5/3, 5-9pm

Come by the studio 5-9pm Friday, May 3rd to check out the latest and greatest creations from a selection of our current studio members! This will be our last Gallery Night in our current location (bittersweet but more exciting news to come on that soon!)

Exhibition items for sale, refreshments, and demonstrations.

Participating artists include: Tasia Raymer, Claire Meyers, Mary Pulliam, Taran CordonHill, Nadia Niggli, Amanda Elfman, Cindy Koshalek, Brent Pauba, Colleen Kerl, Hillary Thompson, Susan Kaye, Vicki Berenson, Shandra Bjyrd, Mina Kato, and Madeleine Manning


Sign up for Summer classes

Treat yourself to a stay-cation in one of our fun and relaxing summer classes. This session offers two advanced level classes in addition to many of our normal time options for the beginner potter. If you already know what you want, use our online registration process. OR, see more details in our class listings.

studio owner Brian Kluge pulling a bottle – Throwing & Altering Thurs PM

Winter Decorating & more…

Push your clay practice further this Winter with Nicky Ross’ Decorating Class! This class is geared toward potters with some experience and participants will work to implement the Elements of Principles of Design into their pottery while developing a sense of style.

Visit our class page to learn more about all of our classes, then take advantage of online enrollment to register. 


The perfect place for a meaningful gift…

There is still time to give the gift of clay this holiday season! Visit our online store to purchase Gift Cards good towards a clay class, open studio time, or a private lesson. If someone you care about is already a studio member, get them one month of membership and some materials credit (email for details if you’d prefer a set dollar amount for any studio service).

Holiday Hours:
T 12/18 12-6pm
W 12/19 12-5pm
R 12/20 closed
F 12/21 11-5pm
Sa 12/22 12-5pm (last glaze kiln unloaded)
12/23-12/28 closed
Sa 12/29 12-5pm
Su 12/30 closed
M 12/31 12-5pm
T 1/1 closed
hours resume as normal thereafter