Pottery Classes

Beginner - 7 Week Session 

Tuesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:30pm 
May 3 - June 14, 2022         FULL

Wednesday afternoons, 1 - 3pm
May 4 - June 15, 2022

Thursday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:30pm
April 28 - June 9, 2022.       FULL

Summer classes will be listed soon!

This class is 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!

Cost: $300 + HST
(includes all materials and firings)


Intermediate - 7 week Session

Next session of Intermediate classes coming this Fall!

For those that have at least taken 1 sessions of classes prior and wish to develop their skills making larger vessels, such as vases and plates. We will also work on surface design.

Cost: $300 (includes all materials and firings)

* Please note that classes are subject to change due to COVID-19, but your payment towards any class can be transferred to a future class, if there are any cancellations due to government mandates.


Located in Williams Mill Creative Art Studios, my studio is private and I have 5 wheels, a slab roller and electric kiln pictured below. I am  taking all safety precautions for COVID-19. The studio is cleaned regularly.  The public will not be aloud in during classes and there will be a maximum of 4 students per class. Masks will be required and distance measures are put in place.  

Unit 6
515 Main St S, Glen Williams

About the instructor...

I obtained my degree from NSCAD University in Halifax. I have over 20 years of experience working with clay and I've developed many different skills and techniques during this time. I've taught at a variety of institutions and studios, including Harbourfront Centre, the Gardiner Museum and Haliburton School of Art. I design my classes to be for beginners, however I am happy to include advanced techniques to those with prior experience working with clay. 

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