Handbuilding Ceramics Course: Pitcher

Learn how to make a pitcher in this two-part ceramics workshop in Seattle!

2 x 2 hours Class size 1 to 4     label $175

Express your creativity while creating functional homeware in this ceramics class in Capitol Hill. In this two-day workshop, you will learn hand building basics to create a handmade pitcher.

Your instructor will cover how to create your base, refine forms, and make handles. On the last day, we will go over decorating with underglaze and adding small adornments.

Your instructor provides a supportive and comfortable environment where you will feel at ease and focused. If you're starting from scratch and looking to learn a new craft, it will be worthwhile to learn from a professional. This will start you off on the right track, clue you into pro tips, and allow you to get personalized assistance for your goals and needs.

Learning a new hobby, especially something as soothing and hands-on as ceramics, is a great way to unwind. You can challenge your brain with a new skill and maybe even discover a new passion.

Knowledge required
This class is beginner friendly and best suited for adults.
What you'll get
You will take home basic hand-building techniques and create a pitcher of your own.
What to bring
You should wear clothes they don't mind getting clay on. Clay will come out in the wash.
Session repeats

This class series runs over 2 consecutive sessions, which are 1 week apart.


Seattle, WA

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

Handbuilding Ceramics Course: Pitcher location
Your teacher
T Stefanski Ceramics
T Stefanski Ceramics

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T. Stefanski / Taylor Stefanski is a ceramicist from Everett, Washington.

Their work explores concepts of imperfection through meditative repetition - expressed in the hand building process. Each of their pieces are one of a kind and made primarily using a coil building technique. Where she rolls each coil by hand to create each unique form.

Graduated from Cornish College of the Art with a focus on printmaking and sculpture. Their ceramic work is carried in a variety of stores in Seattle, Portland and LA.

She has been teaching for over four years and currently teaches hand building classes at her studio in Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle.

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