Starting February 3, 2020 on Mondays 6-9PM
Come relax and spend time in the studio. Included in the cover charge is up to 5lbs of clay. Phi will be available if you have any questions or need a quick demo, but think of this time as your period to explore ideas and work on projects. Let's make clay night about good snacks, music, and practice!
The idea for Clay Night is to offer more studio time to students in the Thursday night class, and their friends who are interested. If you need a lesson, please schedule one with Phi before signing up for a Clay Night.
What is provided at the studio? What do students need to bring?
We will provide you with the tools you need to create your pottery work. Please bring your ideas, projects, and dreams to the studio! Phi would love to help you learn the skills to bring your projects to life.
What style of firing is available?
For class, we will mostly be firing in electric oxidation unless otherwise noted. We are working on an expiremental gas fired soda kiln, and we also will be doing monthly raku firings, starting mid-February 2020.
What clays will we be using?
We stock Bennett, a cone 6 stoneware from the Tacoma Clay Art Center. It is an off-white clay that Phi uses for their regular ware.
Cancellations, missed classes, open studio time?
There will be no unscheduled studio time available for students. Cancellations made ten days before class starts will be refunded. We suggest that you attend all class dates to get the most out of the course, but we understand if you need to miss a day. Phi will be happy to schedule one makeup session per class, usually around week 6 when we are finishing up wet work for the series.