Payne Street Pottery

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531 N Hite Ave., Louisville, KY 40206 531 N Hite Ave., Louisville Directions
+15023456419
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Great place, great people
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Kimberly and I had a wonderful, fun, learning experience. Definitely like to do again! Thanks to everyone who made the day enjoyable. Janie Cambron
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Love the class, Tonya was amazing! Highly recommend
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Be sure to wear older clothes and expect to get dirty, but have a lot of fun.
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Wear old clothes, bring an apron and a small towel to wipe your hands. No time for wine drinking.
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The instructor is awesome and it was sooo much fun. Planning on making this a monthly thing with my girlfriends!
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Great fun class! We will go back for another class.
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Bring your favorite adult beverage, pay attention and have fun!!
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So much fun!! We would highly recommend this place if you are looking for a fun evening doing something different. Whether you want to keep your pieces, or not, it's a great time!
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There are additional glazing/firing charges to keep your pottery ($10)
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One of the earliest forms of expression, pottery has endured as both a practical and creative skill for thousands of years. At Payne Street Pottery—equal parts gallery, classroom, and studio space—expert ceramicist Tonya Johnson shares her experience with both students and fellow artists. For more than two decades, Tonya has honed her skills at the potter’s wheel, where mounds of earthen clay transform into bowls, pitchers, and platters beneath the fluid pressure of a potter's touch. During classes, Tonya begins with the basics of centering and shaping, working with students to craft simple pots before moving on to more advanced projects, such as bottles, pitchers, and models of yourself that might seem believable to the CIA when thrown out of an airplane.

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