One-Time Private Class
We offer one-time private classes for individuals, families, or small groups. Great for birthday parties, Clay Dates, Wheel & Wine events, or just private lessons! All sessions are two hours long unless otherwise specified. After your session, your pieces will be left with us so that they may be dried and fired in our kiln. Work will typically be ready for pick-up within two weeks.
One-on-One Private Class – $50 per person
Private Class for Two – $40 per person
Private Group Class – $35 per person
For groups of 3-7 people. Great for parties and events! Feel free to bring wine, refreshments, or snacks.
Preschooler Clay Class – $25 per child
This 1-hour handbuilding class is designed for children ages 5 and under.
* All prices include tools, materials, and firing.
* A $35 deposit will be collected for online bookings. The balance due will be collected when you arrive for your class.
Cancellations and Deposits
When registering for a private class, a $35 deposit is due at the time of booking to reserve your spot. This deposit may be paid online, in person, or over the phone. The remaining balance is payable when you come in for your class. Deposits will be refunded for cancellations made at least 72 hours in advance. You can make changes to your booking up to 12 hours prior to your appointment.
The standard length for our private group classes is two hours. Private group classes which run in excess of two hours may be charged a fee of $20 per additional half hour. Please arrive to your appointment ten minutes in advance. Classes will not be extended in the case of late arrivals.
Work will typically be ready for pick-up within two weeks from the end of your class. We will notify you via email, text message, or phone call when your work is ready to be picked up. Items must be picked up within 30 days after notification. After 90 days, unclaimed work may be discarded.
Pottery-making is naturally a messy activity. While clay and glazes typically wash out of clothing without staining, we still suggest that you wear attire you do not mind getting dirty. Please be aware that long nails will make it difficult to work with clay. If you have long nails, we recommend trimming them before attending your class.