Ceramics Workshop for Team Building

Get creative with your group in this ceramics class in Chicago for teams!

3 hours Class size 1 to 8 (public classes), 1 to 10

label $75 - $300 ($300 per guest when you book for 1 guest, $150 for 2 guests, $100 for 3 guests, $75 for 4+ guests)

Challenge yourselves to new heights and explore a fun skill together, at this small-studio clay workshop in Chicago. In this private ceramics experience, you can carve out some time to bond and try something new with your colleagues, family, or social squad while playing with clay! From wheel-throwing to free sculpting, the studio is yours to explore.

Celebrate the contributions of each member of your group, through artistic and skill-based exercises. Learn about the history and craft of ceramics and find connection and grounding through artistic play. Make individual souvenirs, collaborate on a communal piece, or design a series of collective items for fundraisers or other functions.

You'll be able to customize this class to fit your group as needed. Regardless, you will enjoy a rejuvenating day with your team, club, or other association and have a unique handmade item to take home with you!

Finished work will be available for pickup within four weeks of the session. The impact on your group will last forever!

Save $300 when you book with a friend

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

This class is great for individuals and couples as well as for a team building activity, birthday or bachelorette party.

This would also be a nice gift for her, gift for mom, anniversary gift or birthday gift.


Chicago, IL

Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.

Your teacher

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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