EVENING POTTERY CLASSES
Due to COVID19 requirements, new students are not being accepted at this time.
New students should have a basic knowledge of wheel thrown pottery. Please contact Jason at email@example.com stating your experience level.
Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday - 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. -$325 (including HST) 8 week session (includes clay and firing) - sessions are continuous from September to June - Post dated cheque required - Fees are non-refundable unless session is cancelled.
Fall 2021 - September - December
Current students have priority for upcoming sessions.
Session 1 - Mondays - Sept 6 - Oct 5
Session 2 - Tuesdays - Sept 7 - Oct 26
Session 3 - Wednesdays - Sept 8 - Oct 27
Session 4 - Mondays - Nov 1 - Dec 20
Session 5 - Tuesdays - Nov 2 - Dec 21
Session 6 - Wednesdays - Nov 3 - Dec 22
Winter 2022 (current students are given preference)
Session 1 - Mondays - Jan 3- Feb 21
Session 2 - Tuesdays - Jan 4 - Feb 22
Session 3 - Wednesdays - Jan 5 - Feb 23
Session 4 - Mondays - Feb 28 - Apr 18
Session 5 - Tuesdays - Mar 1- Apr 19
Session 6 - Wednesdays - Mar 2 - Apr 20
Session 7 - Mondays - April 25 - Jun 13
Session 8 - Tuesdays - April 26 - Jun 14
Session 9 - Wednesdays - April 27 - Jun 15
SUMMER ONE WEEK THROWING INTENSIVE WORKSHOP
This workshop is planned for July 2021 but is dependent on Ontario COVID19 requirements.
This pottery workshop is run in a fun and relaxed environment. A lot of information is disseminated on pottery forming and general studio operation. A pug mill is used for all reclaim so students can throw continuously (unlimited clay).
We are situated in Uptown Waterloo close to many restaurants and entertainment, and only a five minute walk from the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery. If you enjoy exercise, the Waterloo Recreation Complex is within walking distance. Students are responsible for meals and lodging. Check out the accommodation at Wilfrid Laurier University which is a 5 to 10 minute walk from the studio. Hotel Laurier offers great accommodation for the summer at reasonable prices. the corner offices. Write a nice bio about each executive that includes what they do, how long they’ve been at it, and what got them to where they are.