Clay Kids and Teens
Clay Kids and Teens After School Classes
Full-Circle Pottery is offering classes for ClayKids 8-11 (Tuesdays) and teens 12+ (Wednesdays) most months. Both 90-minute offer wheel throwing and hand building instruction on our shady outdoor patio or well ventilated indoor studio.
Cancellation Policy: Cancel your order within 48 hours of booking and receive a 100% refund. Tuition is 50% refundable if you contact us at least two weeks before the session has started. COVID update: the studio will refund students if scheduled classes that haven’t started have been cancelled due to the outbreak. We will prorate refund or arrange follow up sessions for classes that have already started.
Summer Camps 2021 (Registration starts April 1!)
Kids ages 8+ who like clay will love the four-day camps at Full-Circle Pottery this summer. Due to COVID, our schedule this year will be Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. As always, camp participants will spend time hand-building masks, gnomes and other fanciful creatures; and also learning to make plates, cups, bowls, and other creations on the potter’s wheel. Sunday is for glazing. No experience necessary. Camps run from 9:30 am-1 pm. Bring a non-perishable snack and get ready to have some fun! The cost is $325. Scroll down to book a camp.
- Kids’ Camp Session 1 (July 7, 8, 9 and 11)
- Kids’ Camp Session 2 (July 21, 22, 23 and 25)
- Kids’ Camp Session 3 (August 4, 5, 6 and 8)
Off-Schedule Private Classes
Kids 8+ 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 when an instructor is available. Cost is $150 for one participant or $90 each for 2-3 participants.
Series of three or four classes can be arranged for groups of five to eight participants when an instructor is available.
Kids’ Camp and After School Instructors
Basak Comert has been teaching at Full-Circle Pottery since shortly before the pandemic began. Her after school clay kids and teens classes have been a big hit for young potters during this difficult year, giving them a safe environment to make friends and express their creativity. She will be instructing the 2021 Clay Kids Summer Camps.
Michelle Dziadcowicz is a high school ceramics teacher at Marina High School. She has led the Clay Kids Summer Camps at Full-Circle Pottery since the studio opened. Due to COVID, she is needed at Marina High School for summer school. We look forward to welcoming her back in 2022.
Liz Rosenblatt and Patty Housen are the co-owners of Full Circle Pottery.