Pottery Course: Foundations of Wheel

Learn how to throw on the pottery wheel in this course in Chicago!

Muze Arts

Muze Arts


5 x 2 hours Class size 1 to 4     label $240

Find your creative outlet with pottery as you let off the steam and get lost in the creative flow! Join this pottery course in Chicago and learn the foundations of wheel throwing.

Create a few handmade ceramic pieces and take home the skills to keep progressing after five weeks! This class is open to total beginners who have never touched clay to intermediate potters who are hoping to brush up on their technique.

Thinking of why you should start pottery? It improves focus and it is a way to de-stress from hectic workdays. It will also connect you to other creative individuals in the Chicago art community! Overall, it will improve your quality of life and allow you to connect with your body and your creativity.

If any of that sounds interesting to you, then try out this pottery wheel throwing course. This class also makes for great experience gift ideas for crafters or anyone who has wanted to learn a new creative skill.

Please note: Public dates for this class require at least 3 guests to run. In the unlikely event that we don't reach this number, we'll cancel the class; in this case we'll inform you and allow you to get a refund or reschedule, so please watch your email/SMS one day prior to the class.

Knowledge required
Absolute beginners welcome. No knowledge is required. Intermediate potters can also join for a more challenging variation.
What you'll get
  • Skills for making ceramics on a pottery wheel
  • completed small pots to take home
What to bring
  • Clothes you don't mind getting messy
  • An apron and hand towel
  • Please wear closed shoes
  • Short nails are best for wheelwork
Session repeats

This class series runs over 5 consecutive sessions, at the same time every week.


Muze, West Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL

Your teacher
Muze Arts
Muze Arts


Muze is a pottery and painting studio that was established in 2020. The studio originally began as a private art studio for the founder and artist, Kendyl Arden, but Muze has transitioned into a space for community art making in the heart of Chicago. We currently provide pottery and painting art classes to individuals within the community! We do this for both adult and children who are interested in exploring a creative passion and interest of theirs. Alongside this, Muze develops art therapy resources for humanitarian organizations around the world!

More about this class

This class is new, and is covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

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