Wise Adventures offers a variety of fun and creative activities including pottery wheel throwing, pottery painting, and more
About This Deal
During pottery wheel throwing sessions participants explore the basics of centering clay and throwing bowls and cylinders on the wheel.
- One person session includes:
- 1/2 lb. of clay, use of tools and 1/2 hour studio time.
- One or two person session includes:
- 1 lb. of clay, use of tools and 1 hour studio time. Session can be used by one person to make two items, or can be split between two people, each making one item.
- Four person session includes:
- tutorial, 2 lb. of clay, use of tools and 2 hour studio time. Each person will make one item on the wheel and will hand build additional items.
- Eight person session includes:
- Tutorial, 4 lb. of clay, use of tools and 2 hour studio time. Each person will make one item on the wheel and will hand build additional items.
Items can be kiln fired and picked up 3 to 4 weeks after your visit.
- Paint and glaze your item for additional $10.
About Wise Adventures
Wise Adventures is different things to different people. For parents, it's a place to safely leave kids and shop in the mall or go off on a date night, checking in occasionally via Wise Adventures' video-over-the-Internet feature. For kids, though, Wise Adventures becomes a zone of discovery. Thousands of loose Lego blocks sit ready to become helicopters, spaceships, used-vacuum-cleaner stores, or anything else out of the wildest imagination. Wise Adventures' instructors teach older kids computer skills in more structured sessions, including keyboarding and Microsoft Office. They also help kids with school work during private or group tutoring programs.
Wise Adventures doesn't exclude adults from its fantastic confines, however. They can attend birthday parties, which take on more than a dozen themes, including "Princess Tea Party" and "Hands on with Animals," which expands the guest list to include a corn snake and leopard geckos. Pottery painting, meanwhile, welcomes both kids and adults, and "social artworking" events let grown-ups chat and eat while they paint works of art.