Brick Stack Arts Center

Summer Clay Days! Ages 5-8

Join teacher Cheska Komissar for a week of fun handbuilding! Students will learn to create one of a kind ceramics using basic handbuilding techniques. Surface detail and underglazes will be used to make each piece your own! Tuition includes instruction, clay, underglazes, and firing.
        REGISTER     Session A  |  JULY 29 - AUGUST 2 |  1pm - 4pm

   


Summer Clay Days! Ages 9-12

Students ages 19-12 will use the basics of handbuilding including slab, pinch, and coil to create unique works in clay - the possibilities are virtually endless. Learn to add surface detail and underglazes. Tuition includes clay, underglazes and firing.
         REGISTER     Session B  |  AUGUST 5 - 9  |  1pm - 4pm



Ceramics Classes working with clay

17-18 year olds are allowed to take an adult level class with permission from the teacher - call for more info.

Teen Wheelthrowing

 Ages 13-18  |  $235

​​​​​Teens will learn the process of wheelthrowing including centering, opening, pulling, and forming shapes such as bowls, vases, and mugs.  Advanced students coming into this class can work with the instructor to create projects to fit their skill level and challenge themselves. Works are decorated with underglaze and fired. Tuition includes clay, underglazes and firing. Classes meet every day, Monday-Friday, for 1 week. ​​


      REGISTER     Session A  |  JULY 29 - AUGUST 2 |  9am - 12pm
      REGISTER     Session B  |  AUGUST 5 - 9  |  9am - 12pm 
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Children

 ​Ages 5-12  |  $235 per class

Summers are for exploring, having fun, and maybe getting a bit messy! Join us this summer for week-long clay classes, mornings or afternoons, for ages 5-8, 9-12, and Teens. Whether working with slabs or coil pots, or working on the pottery wheel, students will learn the basics of ceramics in a small class setting with lots of individual attention. Don't miss out on the artistic experience of working with clay at Community Kiln!


Send your child or teen with a snack and drink. Clay can be messy - your child should wear "play" clothes, or bring a smock/apron to wear.

Children & Teen

 Summer Classes