Adult & Teen Class Offerings

Adult Clay: Put a Lid on it

To complete our term of dinnerware, students will build jars from garlic to canister size ending in food-filled casserole dishes. Come join us for the feast! 


Beginning students will complete a basic course in clay. Clay is available for purchase at $15.75 / 25 lbs and a pottery tool kit is availbale for $25.  Supplies and tools are in addition to tuition fees. Classes suited for beginners will be Tuesday evenings and Thursday mornings with Aria as well as Thursday nights with Anna.



Adult Clay Section I: 


Instructor: Aria Finch
Adult, Intermediate to Advanced
Tuesdays for 8 weeks
September 11 – October 30
9 am - 12 noon
$105 members | $130 non-members

Adult Clay  Section II: 


Instructor: Aria Finch
Adult, Beginners to Advanced
Tuesdays for 8 weeks
September 11 – October 30

6-9 pm
$105 members | $130 non-members

Adult Clay Section III: 


Instructor: Aria Finch
Adult, Beginners to Advanced
Thursdays for 8 weeks
September 11 – October 30 
9 am - 12 noon
$105 members | $130 non-members

Adult Clay Section IV:


Instructor: Anna Edwards

Adult, Beginners to Advanced
Thursdays for 8 weeks
September 11 - October 30
6-10 pm
$105 members | $130 non-members






Make and Mingle - Adult Open Studio: Bookmaking

Date: Thursday, October 25
Time: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Medium: Bookmaking
Cost: $10

Bookmaking is a great way to dip your toes in the art making field. If you can cut, fold, and glue you can make your own book! Participants will be introduced to the basics of bookmaking. Demonstrations of 3 different types of books will be presented with a choice of vibrant marbled and dyed papers to serve as book covers. Students will also be able to explore the process of making their own paper which can be used as book covers, collages or any direction their creativity takes them.

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Make and Mingle - Adult Open Studio: Oil Pastels

Date: Thursday, November 1

Time: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Medium: Oil Pastels
Cost: $10

Participants will be given a wide range of different forms of oil pastels and surfaces to choose from while determining their own subject matter. For students who wish to have a more guided experience, there will be demonstrations of a variety of oil pastel techniques while drawing from a still life of fresh flowers.

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Make and Mingle - Adult Open Studio: Gouache

Date: Thursday, November 8

Time: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Medium: Gouache
Cost: $10

As a little known media, gouache is comparable to water-colors in terms of application yet its opacity provides opportunities for both realistic and more graphic art making. Through layering of colors and experimentation with brushwork, gouache proves to be a versatile and simple medium. Students are encouraged to bring their own reference images. For a guided experience, students will be provided with outlines of different subject matter to choose from in order to complete a simple finished art-work.


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