Our new studio is adjacent to the venerable Blues Alley Jazz Club. A former stable, this larger space allows us to expand beyond our ongoing wheel-throwing classes. The second floor studio will provide resident and associate spaces for those who prefer to work independently. Hand-building classes will begin once the studio reopens. Because of delays getting electricity connected to the space, we now expect to reopen in early to mid July. Please check back for updates or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Get your hands in clay, meet interesting people and share the magic of turning mud into functional objects. We offer instruction for all skill levels.
Not sure the potter's wheel is for you? Take a one-time Try It! class. Click here for more information and upcoming dates.
Classes for young potters aged 9-14 will resume in September. For more details, click here.
Jill Hinckley's beautiful, functional wares blend an Asian esthetic with an appreciation of early American crafts. This online gallery gives you a taste of her varied work.
We stock a small assortment of tools, some hard to find, some made especially for us, all put through our own informal hands-on tests. We are happy to customize a kit for you tailored to a variety of tasks.