City Clay News
Potter Spotlight, by Jane Gilstad August 23, 2016 17:33
POTTER SPOTLIGHT-Harriet Mackie
Her advice is to explore all pottery options and don’t limit yourself to one avenue of expression until you have a good foundation of all the options and techniques.
Summer Classes May 31, 2016 18:01
ADULTS: In addition to our Summer Camp Membership for Adults, we have a number of beginning and multi-level classes running for 8 weeks in July and August. All adult classes come with Open Studio time so you can get in as much time as your schedule permits. You can also sit in on a comparable class if you miss one of our own.
WORKSHOPS: If a class just won't work for you this summer we have weekend workshops for beginners and those with some experience that might
You can see all of our classes and workshops under classes in our drop down menu or click
DOWN the RABBIT HOLE May 31, 2016 15:18
Saturday, May 19 from 10:00-4:00 and Sunday May 20 from 11:00-4:00
Pots, Plants, Flowers, & teacups
Locally made vases filled with fresh locally grown flowers
Spring pots for the garden and home • Bonsai plants grown by Jarod Kearey
Orchids grown by Janoah Todd • Ikebana exhibit and sale by Helena Arouca
Proceeds from the Dysfunctional Teacup sale will go to the
International Rescue Committee’s New Roots Garden Program
We will be collecting donations of tools, seeds and gardening supplies for the New Roots Gardeners.
New Sculptural Ceramics by Steve Palmer
June 3- June 26
Please join us for the OPENING on
Friday, June 3, 2016
Artist' talk at 6:00
Summer Camp Membership for Adults May 31, 2016 14:38
NEW for this SUMMER 2016
Because summer schedules are often complicated, many people can't take a regular class in the summer, so we are offering Summer Camp Memberships for Open Studio time and Workshops. City Clay students who have had at least two regular classes with us or those who are qualified potters or sculptors are eligible for Summer Camp. You can work during our daytime hours, seven days a week, and Monday through Thursday nights. You can even plan time to work together with your previous classmates.
WORKSHOPS—are available for anyone, but if you are a summer Camp member you will receive discount on each one you take.
Having a flexible studio schedule can be a big help but the most exciting part of camp is immersing your-self in a workshop. A two or three day workshop is the equivalent of a regular class, but with more focus and fewer interruptions. You will be there to catch your pot or sculpture at just the right moment to trim, attach a handle, carve, or decorate. You will be able to get lost in thought as you detach from your regular responsibilities, and focus on your ideas with abandon. This may sound exhausting for some, but most people find it exhilarating.
Dates: Summer Camp Membership dates—July 5-August 29
Cost: Camp $200.00 for two months, plus a $40.00 discount for each workshop you take.
Cost: Camp without a workshop, $240.00 for two months
Registration: Please call or stop by to register for camp membership