Come join the Mud-citement!
Many Thanks to all that shopped our gallery of one of a kind ceramic ware this season 🎄
We wish everyone a jolly holiday and a safe and prosperous new year!
Closed until January 4th
M-W by chance or by appointment
TH, FR 10-4
OF the MONTH
And as always,
*anytime the “Open Flag” is outside our door, come on in*
Must have a minimum of four people to fill a class, so grab your pal and get on the calendar!
See our calendar by visiting our Facebook page
Quilted Clay Tiles
Can you say unique and successful clay project? Similar to puzzling, we’ll be piecing together clay in this fun 1x session!
Hand-building is a one time project based class in which you learn clay work techniques to build a particular object.
Classes will be offered on Friday 6-8pm toward the middle of every month, unless other wise noted.
$30 pre paid
Pre-Paid Reservation Reserves your spot
1X Project class $30
Summer Kids in Clay
TU Open Studio
TU Open Studio Package
5sessions for $100
Wheel-4 classes plus one free glaze session $90
Private Group call for pricing
Call for appointments and reservations
*gift cards have a six month expiration from date of purchase**
Please bring your e-gift card code or clay bucks when reserving your class
Is the window to reserve for March Wheel Class! 👀
Wheel class will now be offered in a two week cycle on Mondays and Thursdays starting the second Monday of most months, Time Is TBD by participants
Up to SIX people
CUSTOMIZED 2Hr or 1hr PROJECT-Call or Stop by Studio for more information
**BUILD YOUR OWN GROUP
Up to Six People
Call for more info and pricing
Ages 9 and up
All classes are
*Please be advised*
Adults with a previous class at the Studio can walk in for some independent clay making!
Some closures may affect schedule, so call ahead.
No refunds for cancellations
IF YOU HAVE HAD A PREVIOUS CLASS AT OUR STUDIO YOU ARE ELIGIBLE for OPEN STUDIO
$28 each making session
Save with a Five session package
Caring for your hand-made
Our durable stoneware is meant to be used and enjoyed! With proper care your investment will last a lifetime
Place your stoneware into a cold oven with the food to be baked
Don’t take your stoneware directly from the refrigerator to the oven or microwave
Warm your plates and mugs separately in microwave
Always tap touch a handle to test for heat transfer when warming in microwave
Never put a hot ceramic dish on a cool/cold countertop. Use a baking rack, trivet or wooden cutting board