Youth & Family Programming

Our classes provide a fun and educational environment where children can explore their creative interests in ceramics, focusing on self-expression through handbuilding techniques. Classes for older children can include time on the potter's wheel.

Classes for Youth and Teens, and the Whole Family!


Workshops available each session for students 8 years of age and older

allowing young people a chance to explore creativity through open-ended projects with our professional artist instructors. Single sessions aren't ideal for youth under 8 due to material difficulty, but fun camp options are available seasonally for younger students! 


Family workshops available monthly for younger students and families (All ages welcome)

Workshops designed for friends or family to take together as a group. A fun and enriching

family experience which encourages collaboration and bonding between family members of all ages,

and allows a space for kids aged 7 and under to work with clay in a safe and supervised way.

2 participant minimum in all Family Workshops. Children must be supervised by a parent.

Week-Long Camps available over *Spring and Summer Break for ages 5-7+, 8-11+, and 12-18.

Camps explore themes and projects in more depth and allow younger students the chance to have independent fun with clay. During these times there will be Preteen/Teen classes available which explore the potter's wheel or other methods of making. Camps allow for more complete learning and exciting successes with the material.

Age ranges are set to allow students to thrive in their peer age group. All classes will cover the basic skills needed for the course, but at a difficulty level targeted for the age. Y1 (5-7+) courses are beginner level, will have more hands on instruction, and projects that are simpler to build. Y2 (8-11+) courses cover basics briefly, but thematic, multi-step projects are the main focus. Y3 (12-18) classes are reserved for preteens and teens. These classes explore methods that are too difficult for children at lower growth milestones, such as the potter's wheel. Older children may take classes intended for younger groups if they are interested and feel comfortable with younger peers.

Students may only be allowed into an older bracket if they are within 3 months of the minimum age requirement.

If you see something you are interested in and it is full, please contact us to be added to the wait list!
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