Where To Take A Pottery Class
Bored after months of lockdown? Looking for a safe activity where you can get your hands dirty? Or maybe you want to gift someone with a new experience! Either way, a local pottery class is the perfect solution.
Browse our list of local Ontario pottery classes below. If you cannot find one near you, try searching for your local guild, local studios, community centre or college. They will be great resources for you.
Pottery Classes in Ottawa Ontario
Loam Clay Studio
Gloucester Pottery School
Offering a wide variety of pottery classes for kids, teens and adults, check out the Gloucester Pottery School. Whether you are looking for a pottery hand-building class or you want to learn how to throw on a wheel, Gloucester has many options.
Hintonburg Pottery Shop
Beginner, Intermediate, Surface Decorating, Handbuilding, Wheelthrowing - these are just some of your options to learn pottery at the Hintonburg Pottery Shop.
Pottery Classes in Kingston Ontario
St Lawrence College
This summer, take a Ceramics Design course with St Lawrence College and learn how to apply various designs to your pottery.
Pottery Workshops in Guelph Ontario
Guelph Community Pottery Centre
Guelph Community Pottery Centre is a great place for both beginners to learn and expert potters to perfect their craft. The potter centre features 10 pottery wheels, a hand building area, and two kilns. Learn more about available pottery classes.
Alchemy Clay Studios
Alchemy is a centre for making, learning, and sharing. From workshops to classes to open studio time, learn to make pottery in Guelph Ontario at Alchemy Clay Studios.
The Elora Pottery
Offering private classes for beginners, up to 4 guests, each class will run for approximately 2.5 hours and students will make 3-4 pieces.
Pottery Workshops in Montreal, Quebec
Discover ceramics in multiple forms, learning from professional potters with Les Faiseurs in Montreal, Quebec.