Whether you’re a novice or very familiar with the art of ceramics, enrolling in ceramics classes is a great way to hone your craft and connect with others with similar interests. However, finding the correct class for you isn’t always so easy. Luckily, the Community Arts Center in Wallingford, PA offers a wide variety of ceramics classes for artists of all ages and experience levels so you can find the class that meets your individual needs.
Unique Class Options for Every Potter
During any given semester, we’re able to accommodate potters of all types and styles with over 30 class offerings. We provide imaginative clay classes for children, beginners’ and intermediate classes for all ages, as well as some more advanced courses. We even offer some unique, one-day experiences for adults such as “Clay Fun on Friday” and workshops that pair food experiences with pottery making.
Those just beginning ceramics classes may be interested in handbuilding classes where they can learn about basic slab construction and how to manipulate clay. More intermediate level artists may want to learn more in depth tricks of the trade, such as wheel throwing, making invisible seams, hollow handles and many more. Advanced potters enjoy classes where skills are fine tuned and more one on one attention is offered as the students work to define their personal style. Additionally, every student enrolled in a ceramics class is given the opportunity to utilize our Open Studio hours. Advanced students may also enroll in the Associate Program, giving them unlimited access to open studio hours.
Registering for Ceramics Classes
You can read more about our available ceramics classes on the Class Schedules page. After browsing through the available classes for the current semester, you can follow the prompts on the page to enroll in your selected class. However, feel free to give us a call if you’re unsure of which class is best for you. We’d be happy to discuss the specifics of each class and help you make the correct choice. We’re confident we have a ceramics class for any potter in Delaware County.