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$49 for Two 60-Minute Intro to Pottery Classes ($100 Value)
During the first class, students learn different techniques for hand-building pottery and can make several pieces. During the second class, they glaze their pottery. Each student's favorite piece is fired on the house, but additional pieces cost $0.10 per cubic inch.
Classes are held Tuesday–Thursday in one-hour slots from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and on Saturday in one-hour slots from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Ka'ala Clay and Coffee Bar
Before students’ fingers even get to know the coolness of clay, just entering Ka'ala Clay and Coffee Bar is already a feast for the senses. The aroma of fresh-ground coffee emanates from the coffee bar. A bright yellow studio pleases the eyes. The whir of pottery wheels signals the creation of new bowls or vases. For the uninitiated or artists seeking new inspiration, its group or private classes focus on the intricacies of throwing clay as well as hand-building techniques and glazing. Artists can also rent out spaces where they can work on personal projects, the value of which Ka’ala’s artist owners know well: Tzaddi Pearce is a potter with more than 10 years of experience, and Matt Pearce is a potter and photographer.