These are offered in small groups at my studio in a friendly atmosphere.
This is a fun and informative course that gives the student an in-depth, hands-on instruction on several aspects of working with clay, whether on the wheel or hand-building. The environment is informal and personal. The course covers throwing, trimming, decorating and glazing. There is also space, equipment and instruction for hand-building.
The Winter session will be starting the third week of January 2020, classes are offered once a week and run for 10 weeks, 3 hours of class per week. Three hours of optional practice time is offered on Saturdays (now free of charge for the people who register for the course. This is on the first come first serve basis). Beginner students can use practice time after doing three classes. The last two weeks of classes are glazing weeks and people can come to as many other classes as they need at no extra charge.
Classes are offered on the following days:
|Monday||7 – 10 p.m.|
|Tuesday||7 – 10 p.m.|
|Wednesday||7 – 10 p.m.|
|Thursday||7 – 10 p.m.|
|Friday||1 – 4 p.m.|
|Free Practice Time|
|Saturday||11 a.m. – 2 p.m.|
Classes are held in my studio at 5333 Avenue Casgrain, Suite 804, Montreal. This is between Mile End and Plateau Mont Royal and is a 5 minute walk from Metro Laurier. You can take buses 55 & 30 which run very close to the studio.
– Tuition: $350 (taxes are included) plus $80 for materials, tools and firings.
– Registration: $100 deposit is required when registering. It is non refundable in case of withdrawal.
– Duration: 10 weeks, 3h / week 30h in total). By registering, the participant agrees to follow the 30-hour course and to disburse the amounts mentioned above. No refunds will be made after the start of the classes.
A 20 kg box of clay and glazes are provided. For your convenience, pottery tools are available for use in the studio. The materials that are supplied to the student are to be used during the class and practice times on Saturdays. It is not transferable to others.
- All the materials (clay, glazes etc.) used in my studio are non toxic and food safe.
- All the works produced by the students is theirs to keep.
What to bring:
You’ll get clay on you, so wear something comfortable that you won’t mind getting clay on. Clay washes out easily without stains. You will be responsible to bring a hand towel to dry your hands.
If you are taking a throwing class, we recommend you don’t wear rings or bracelets, and that you have very short fingernails.
There is no need to bring tools, Everything required is provided in the studio.
Replace missing classes:
You can join the Facebook Group (Ceramic Studio Exchanges) and when you know in advance that you will be missing certain classes, you can post it on the Facebook page and exchange with students from other days.
To ensure your space you should arrange for payment by one of the options listed below:
1- Online Interac e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on this payment method and to check if your financial institution offers this service please follow this link:
2- Cash at the studio
You can also e-mail me in advance to set an appointment at the studio to pay by cash. email@example.com
5333 Avenue Casgrain
Canada H2T 1X3
Registration for Winter 2020 is now open.
For more info please contact me:
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or 514-284-6630