Ceramics Workshop

Learn pottery in this creative ceramics workshop in Chicago!



1.5 hours - 2 hours Class size 1 to 4     label $40 - $120 (price varies across dates)

Enjoy time to play with clay in this ceramics workshop in Chicago. In this open-format session, experience the magic of ceramics and immerse your hands in constructive creativity!

Choose from a selection of project ideas and building methods, including the potter's wheel. With professional guidance from your host, you'll discover the confidence to create, a memory to cherish, and a memento to carry away. This small workshop setting in a private art studio is a great way to get hands-on learning.

From wheel-throwing to free sculpting, the studio is yours to explore. Practice, play, and enjoy time out; a few weeks later, your creations are fired and ready for pickup!

Private classes are great for birthday party ideas, families, friend get-togethers, and date nights! Book out some studio time exclusively for your group, and enjoy building memories as you also build with the clay. From $180 for 2 hours, up to 4 people; maximum 8 per session. Other rates available, please ask!

Please note
You must be 14 years old to join a public class, but private classes can accommodate children ages 10 and up.


Knowledge required
Perfect for beginners.
 
What you'll get
Handmade ceramics.
 
What to bring
Claywork can be dusty and some materials stain; please dress appropriately.
 
Suitable for

Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 14 years old).

Adult accompaniment is not required.

This would also be a lovely gift for her, gift for mom, Father's Day gift or birthday gift.

Location

Chicago, IL

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Your teacher
Heather McQueen Studio
Heather McQueen Studio

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I am a ceramic artist and teacher who specializes in wheel-thrown earthenware. Teaching is about building partnerships. It takes time to define one’s perspective and I encourage students to remain open to changes, embrace them, and look for lessons in both successes and failures.

With my work, I’m really interested in how we form connections, and where those lead us, in this present moment. Aside from my own explorations in functional and sculptural vessels, I am known as a drum-maker.

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