Wheel Throwing Workshop: Fun with Clay

Explore your creativity with clay in this wheel throwing class in San Francisco!



2 hours Class size 1 to 2     label $95

If you're looking for fun things to do in San Francisco, join this pottery workshop! In this workshop, you'll enjoy a hands-on lesson with your instructor to learn the basics of wheel throwing.

There's no experience necessary for this beginner's pottery class. Your instructor will take you through your project from start to finish so you can enjoy a fun day with clay without any stress.

Your instructor will guide you through throwing on the potters wheel. You will learn how to center the clay, raise the walls and shape the clay into a cylinder or bowl.

This class can only accommodate two students, so if you're looking for fun date ideas or want to learn a new hobby, this is a great way to get full attention from a professional. You will be able to make a finished piece that will show off your newly learned pottery skills.



Knowledge required
No prior experience is necessary.
 
What you'll get
All tools, clay, glazes and firings are included. After you've finished your pieces, you will be able to select the glaze color for your piece(s) to be finished in. BW Pots will trim, fire, glaze and fire again your pieces, and they will be ready for pickup in 3-4 weeks.
 

BW Pots is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines.

Additional precautions taken: BW Pots will wear a mask during class.

Location

Daly City, CA

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

Your teacher
BW Pots
BW Pots

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BW Pots (aka Brian) is an artist that has a passion for working across various mediums such as clay, charcoal, graphite and digital. His ceramics and charcoal portraits have been exhibited locally and internationally. When he's not creating tiny teapots and functional ceramics for BW Pots, or teaching drawing classes, you can find him surfing the waves at the nearest beach.

​Brian earned his BFA in Ceramics at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania, and his MFA in Visual Development from the Academy of Art in San Francisco.

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Victoria Vu Feb 2023


Cute small studio in a residential area, so no problem parking. Class size was also just up to 2 people, so I loved the attention we received (I definitely needed it!) The instructor was super welcoming, made great conversation, and did great teaching us the skill.

The class started with a demonstration, and then when it was our turn, he would walk us through the steps, lending a hand whenever needed. We were able to try our hand at it twice to make 2 cups, and I definitely improved on the second one! He was very encouraging and accommodating, even when obstacles came up, such as my partner making the base too thing, or me forgetting to cut my nails (DON’T FORGET TO DO THIS ).

He was funny and I never felt an awkward moment. I was satisfied with my cus, even the wonky one, and his selection of glazes was beautiful, even if slightly limited compared to larger studios. I would definitely come back! (:

Pottery class review by Victoria Vu - San Francisco

Corbin Peters Jan 2023


Teacher was great and fun. Really made it easy to learn, especially with no prior experience. Would recommend.
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