WSW’s ceramics studio offers seasonal workshops in throwing and hand-building for students of all levels. This summer, we’re excited to expand our selection of classes due to high demand. Classes fill up quickly, so call us at (845) 658-9133 to reserve your spot. Plus, receive a discount on your class (and other great benefits) when you sign up to become a WSW member.
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Crash Course in Clay is currently filled. Call (845) 658-9133 to ask about our wait list! Instructor: WSW’s 2018 Chili Bowl Intern, Breana Hendricks Class Type: Four-week throwing/hand-building class Skill Level: All skill levels Dates: February 26 - March 26 (no class 3/12) Day & Time: Mondays, 7:00-9:00 pm Join this year’s chili bowl expert in pinching, stretching, cutting, pushing, and pulling clay into form. Whether you’re interested in making pottery or ceramic sculpture, this class will assist you in…Find out more »
Instructor: Rachel Dubicki Class Type: Six-week throwing class Skill Level: Intermediate to advanced Dates: April 2 - May 7 Time: Mondays, 6:30-9:00 pm In this six week class students will learn to incorporate thrown and handbuilt elements to create complex multi-part forms. Class demos will cover various techniques, taking playful risks to achieve a foundation for new work. Group demonstrations tailored to students’ specific needs and desires, along with individualized work time and personal instruction provide a fun and relaxed…Find out more »
Instructors: Rachel Dubicki, Ruth McKinney Burket, Cheyenne Mallo, & surprise guest artist Class Type: Eight-week Surface Workshop (hand and wheel) Skill Level: Beginner to advanced Time: Tuesdays, 6:30-9:00 pm Dates: April 3 - May 22 Freshen up your pots this spring! Spend 8 weeks developing your surfaces by investigating techniques guided by 4 different instructors. Students will spend two weeks with each instructor focusing on specialized techniques to enhance their surface vocabulary. We encourage you to integrate your new skills…Find out more »