Located in Williams Mill Creative Art Studios, in Glen Williams, Ontario
Beginner Pottery Classes (16+)
7 Week Sessions
Designed for the beginner. No prior experience with clay is required but those with experience are welcome too! We will go over a variety of techniques, including throwing pottery on the wheel, hand-building, trimming, decoration and glazing.You will learn to make your very own cups, bowls and vases!
Beginner - Thursday, April 20 - June 1, 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $325 + HST
(includes all materials and firings)
More classes coming this summer...
I will have more classes running in the summer and fall, if the above class time, doesn't work for you. Please sign up on my waitlist, in the case that someone might cancel a spring class or to hear about upcoming sessions of classes, by clicking this link:
One day workshops
Want to try working with clay with a group of friends or family? I will be offering 1 day workshops this summer! A great way to connect with friends while learning a new skill, getting your hands dirty and being creative. Make any type of vessel of your choosing (cup, bowl, vase, plate) by using simple hand building techniques.I will guide the group through the process of pinch pots and construction using drape molds. These bespoke workshops can be designed around the individuals within the group, depending on abilities and desired project.
$75/person for a group of between 3 to 5 people.
Book in advance by contacting me at email@example.com
*You will not be able to take your pieces home with you on the same day.They will need to be dried and fired. Please allow at least 2 weeks tocome back and pick up your work.
**These workshops are recommended for people at least 10 yearsold.
About the instructor...
Jenanne Longman obtained her fine art degree from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University in Halifax. She has over 30 years of experience working with clay and has developed many different skills and techniques during this time. She's taught at a variety of institutions and studios, including Harbourfront Centre, the Gardiner Museum, Toronto School of Art and Fleming College. She designs her classes for beginners, however is happy to include advanced techniques to those with prior experience working with clay.