Gleneagles Pottery Studio offers intermediate and experienced adult potters the opportunity to use the facility in a relaxing, non-instructional setting (no instruction provided). Pre-registration is available to adults who have completed a pottery program at the studio. (Clay not included)
As Studio Time visits are in extremely high demand, in order to best serve our community, we have limited Studio Time visits to two visits per week, per user. This change will come into effect on Monday, December 14.
Our standard admission/drop-in rates no longer apply due to COVID-19 changes to our programs and services. All costs are shown when you register for a given program. The cost of the class is shown directly on the registration page for the individual program or class.
Please purchase clay online before your class. Bring along your proof or purchase to class—various types of clay available at the studio.
Explore your creative side and learn the basics of pottery including handbuilding, wheelwork techniques and glazing in a class designed for beginners! Clay is extra. Glazes and firing included.
Pottery: Intermediate & Beyond
For those who have experience working with clay. Hone your handbuilding and throwing skills under the guidance of a ceramic instructor in a relaxed and supportive environment. Clay is extra. Glazes and firing included. Must have previous experience or have completed pottery for beginners.
Experience the Raku firing process and learn about its vibrant possibilities! Originating in 16th century Japan, the word raku freely translates as 'enjoyment'. Experience Raku, horsehair firing, saggar firing and slip resist with smoke firing. Glazes are included. Clay is extra. All levels of experience welcome.