THE STONEWARE STUDIO:
PLEASE NOTE: As of August 16th, 2022. we are not taking any new names for our classes waiting list until February 2023. We appreciate all the interest but simply cannot accommodate the many people already waiting to get into a class.
CLASSES and COVID 19:
As of March 15, 2022 we are continuing to only accept fully vaccinated people into the classes, and will be requiring proof. Masks are also mandatory until further notice, since the nature of the classes put students close together for an extended period of time, and hands-on instruction is given.
The Stoneware Studio is a communal studio space privately owned by five partners. It adjoins the Stoneware Gallery, and together the two businesses work in a symbiotic relationship. It’s a dynamic community of students, teachers and professional potters who have practiced in this space since the foundation of both businesses in 1978. Today, its main focuses are classes, and the use of its large gas kiln.
The current studio partners are: Valerie Metcalfe, Marusia Foster, Kathryne Koop, Colleen Chamberlain, and Jennifer Johnson.
Regular classes – These operate from September to June where students pay at the beginning of each month, and continue for as many consecutive months as they are interested. For some this has become years, but for others, attendance is for a few months only. New students are contacted when someone quits, and must commit to two consecutive months as a minimum. (Click on “regular classes” link for more info.)
Summer classes – Three or four different classes are offered as an eight week session during July and August. This is a great time for new students to be introduced to throwing. (Click on “summer classes” link for more info.)
Please note that we are not taking any new names for our waiting list until February 2023. To get on the waiting list at that time: email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide both your phone number and email address, and state whether you would like morning, evening, or summer classes. Also mention if you have some pottery experience, or are a beginner. Once we have an opening for you, one of our instructors will contact you. Openings become available when one of our students quit. Names are kept on the list for 6 months. If after 6 months you are still interested in joining our classes but have not heard from us, contact us again.