Archaeologists examine ancient pottery to identify a culture's preferred cooking methods and to determine which of its members was the World's Greatest Dad. Make timeless memories with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for three one-hour kids' clay classes for ages 5–17 (a $90 value)
- $50 for three one-hour adult pottery classes (a $100 value)
During kids' clay classes, students work on a variety of projects, such as nature prints, wheel throwing, and hand-built sculptures. All clay, glazes, and firings are included.
Alternatively, adult pottery classes include clay, a tool kit, and first firing. Glazes and final firing for completed pieces cost an additional $2–$4, depending on the size of the piece and the type of glaze used.
The series of the three classes takes about a month for completion and it is recommended that first class be scheduled by May 5, 2013.
Creative Fire Art & Pottery Studio
Creative Fire Art & Pottery Studio has a roomy workspace where adults and kids can learn the craft of clay. The facility hosts day and evening classes. There’s also open studio time, where students can come and go as they please to finish building a piece or see if their clay pigeon has morphed into a real pigeon. In party packages, you and a group of friends can get a room to yourselves to work with clay under the advisement of an instructor. It’s also worth it to stop in Creative Fire Art & Pottery Studio’s gallery, which feature a number of original pottery pieces.
78% of 18 customers recommend
“Great place to try your hand at some pottery Had fun”
“Creative Fire Art & Pottery is awesome - they are more than just helpers to hook you up with some fun handmade pottery pieces. The studio offers a place to be a...”
“Creative Fire Art & Pottery is awesome - they are more than just helpers to hook you up with some fun handmade pottery pieces. The studio offers a place to be a lively, creative student of clay - go and have some fun! ... and get a piece of pottery to use and remember your great experience!”
“Never knew about it before and it's close to home. Telling others about it. Fun!”