Spaces Still Available for ‘Hand Eye’ Pottery Classes in Chinatown

Photo via Hand Eye Design Ceramics website

Good news: there are still a couple of spots available for two Fall pottery classes at Chinatown’s Hand Eye Design Ceramics Studios. Kicking off this Monday (September 17th) is a course on Hand Building that covers both functional and sculptural objects. It’s open to all skill levels. Alternatively, if capping off the week at the pottery wheel seems more your speed, consider the Friday night Wheel Throwing class, starting on September 21st. Both are eight weeks long, which means two whole months of hands-on learning and creating to get you through the grey days. Add to that one awesome instructor – internationally renown ceramic artist and studio owner James Kemp – and you really can’t go wrong! The total cost per course (before taxes) is $265, including materials. Hurry over to the studio’s website for more information on how to register.

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