This 6 week class is designed for beginners- intermediate students. Students are introduced to basic wheel techniques (throwing cylinder forms and bowl forms, finishing and glazing) and expand wheel methods and surface decoration for the continuing student.
The course will include wedging, centering clay, throwing a variety of bowl and cylinder forms such as cups and vases, finishing and glazing.
This class provides individual attention to beginners and then enables students to evolve at their own level and improve their skills in clay. Intermediate students will have the flexibility to work independently. This is a mixed skill level class.
If you are new to FCAC, please see the campus map at the bottom of the page for studio location.
- Jan 8th – Feb 12th
- Feb 26th – Apr 2nd
- Apr 16th – May 21st
- June 4th – July 9th
- July 23rd – Aug 27th
- Sept 10th – Oct 15th
- Oct 29th – Dec 3rd
When you arrive for class please use the De Soto Street entrance to enter the FCAC parking lot. You may park anywhere in the lot that is available, but please do not block cars from exiting. There are several parking spaces along Guillemard St. if you need closer parking than available in the parking lot.
The IMPACT 100 Ceramic Studio (building #1) is located on the left side of the warehouse patio. The patio is straight ahead when entering the parking lot. Look for the double glass doors for the studio entrance to the left when you step onto the patio.
Ceramics Open Studio
Students enrolled in one of our six-week pottery classes are able to participate in Open Studio for no additional cost for the duration of the class. This benefit extends to the seventh week right after the session, which allows students to finish work made in class.
* On evening hours if no students show up by 7:45 p.m. the studio may close.
COVID-19 Campus Policies
We are taking all the CDC precautions to ensure the safety of students and staff. Please adhere to the signage in the studio, follow all cleaning protocols given by the instructor, practice social distancing, and proper hand-washing. Face coverings are required inside all classrooms. If you have a health issue that prevents you from wearing a mask, please include that in the registration details.