Pottery Classes in New York. Updated 2019

Pottery classes in New York , Ceramic Studios.

Gasworks NYC

This is a cool pottery studio in Brooklyn that offers Weekly Classes, Try Night and Private Lessons. Classes are for all skill levels and your can learn pottery wheel-throwing, hand-building and mold-making slip casting. Also they have Memberships for those who want to go further and start working on their own pottery projects.



Togei Kyoshitsu

This pottery place is located inside a building in Manhattan. Here you can find a One Day Trial Course to make your own pottery. They also have hand-building and wheel classes focused on Japanese techniques. These courses are 4 - 6 weeks long.



Greenwich House Pottery

This is a place with tradition and history. They offer hand-building, wheel and mold making classes. When you pay for a class you have access to their Open Studio. This pottery studio is equipped with hand-building classrooms, two throwing classrooms, a mold-making and slip casting studio, 28 wheels, two gas kilns, four electric kilns, two slab rollers, two clay mixers, three deairing pug mills, one extruder and a spray booth. We offer seven clay bodies: porcelain casting slip, sculpture paperclay, white stoneware, throwing stoneware, sculpture stoneware, red earthenware and we sell grolleg porcelain for $22 per 25-pounds. We have a large selection of glazes (21 high temperature and 21 low temperature), slips and washes, and offer both high and low temperature firing (cone 04, cone 2, & cone 10).



Sculpture Space NYC

This is where I currently work and it is by far my favorite ceramic studio in NY. It is conveniently accessible by the 7 train (33rd street-Rawson stop). SSNYC offers are a broad range of classes, including wheel throwing, hand building, ceramic sculpture and 3-D ceramic printing. 



Bklyn Clay

BKLYN Clay is a state-of-the-art ceramics studio offering membership with 24/7/365 access, classes for all ages and skill levels, private lessons, events, and one-time experiences.



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