In this pottery class, learn how to make expressive ceramic vessels and tableware through this introduction to throwing clay on the potter’s wheel.
- Teacher: Scott McClellan
- Class Length: 1 session
- Date: January 20
- Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm
- Materials fee $25 – included in price
Beginning Pottery: One Shot Pot with Scott
Wheel throwing in a day
In this single-session pottery class, learn the basics of throwing pottery on the potter’s wheel with demos and the chance to try it yourself. Learn how to wedge a ball of clay, stick it on the wheel with gusto, center it, lift and pull it into a cup, vase, bowl, or candlestick holder. At the end of the evening, choose your favorite piece and the glaze you want. We will dry, bisque fire, glaze and glaze-fire your pot for you.
Come dressed comfortably, with clothes that can get messy.
All tools, materials, glazing and firing service included in the price.
Bring a friend for a fun evening!
Pottery Classes at the Seattle Artist League
Join us for pottery classes in our 2,700 square foot studio in Seattle’s Georgetown Arts District. We offer classes for beginning ceramics in wheel throwing, hand-building, firing, and glazing. Our pottery classes are open to beginners and intermediate potters.
We have long offered classes in clay sculpting. Our commitment to the medium has expanded with the opening of our south Seattle Ceramics Studio. Join us for classes, workshops, and events in Seattle’s newest ceramics studio.
At the Seattle Artist League, we have a start where you are philosophy. You are welcome in our studio as a beginner or a seasoned pro. Join us.
About the Instructor
Seattle Artist League is a community. In order to protect our community, we require that all who enter the school are masked and remain masked for their stay.
This is an IN-PERSON adult class at our new location: 5516 4th Ave South, in Georgetown.