Series of 4 Classes: Kids learn how to prepare the clay, throw on the wheel, trim and glaze pots in a fun, supportive atmosphere. Classes are 1.5 hours once a week for four consecutive weeks. Cost is $150. Click here for information and to register.
Private Class: Kids have an instructor all to themselves and learn how to throw a pot on the wheel! This is a 90-minute class scheduled at your convenience. Cost is $150 for one participant, $90 each for 2-3 participants, and $75 each for 4-5 participants.
Throw A Party!
Contact us today, at 310 502-3115, for additional information about groups of 6 or more. Learn how to throw a pot on the wheel on your birthdayor any other special occasion with up to 15 friends or family members. Full-Circle instructors sign and glaze your pots in the colors you choose. Total time: 2 hours. Please call for prices.
Clay Kids Summer Camps 2017
Kids ages 8+ who like clay will love the four-day camps at Full-Circle Pottery this summer. Each day participants spend 90 minutes hand-building masks, gnomes and other fanciful creatures; and 90 minutes learning to make plates, cups, bowls, and other creations on the potter’s wheel. No experience necessary. Cost of camp includes instruction, supplies and firing. Bring a non-perishable snack each day and get ready to have some fun! Both camps run from 9am-12:30pm. The cost, which includes pizza lunch on last day of camp, is $325. To book a camp, click here.
- Kids’ Camp Session 1 (June 19, 20, 21, and 23)
- Kids’ Camp Session 2 (July 24, 25, 26, and 28)
Michelle Dziadcowicz is a high school ceramics teacher at Marina High School. This is her third year teaching at Full-Circle Pottery.
Liane Paquette-Larkin studies ceramics at West Los Angeles Community College, teaches pottery at her home studio, and specializes in encouraging kids to develop their innter artist.
Liz Rosenblatt and Patty Housen are the co-owners of Full Circle Pottery.