Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons

About Our Classes


Session 6 Registration begins 10/7


(8 weeks)

SESSION 6-november 4-december 20

(6 weeks)

(no classes the week of 11/24 due to the thanksgiving holiday)

Hand Building/Wheel

Students are taught hand building in 3 types of techniques, coil, pinch and slab. Wheel throwing if interested. Beginner through advanced welcome.

Supplies: Sketch pad. Fettling knife, wood tools, loop tools, pin tools. Most tools available at the studio

classes:session 6

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 10-1 and Fridays from 2-5 held at the Old MILL studio (Tom)


Kids-Tweens-Teens Classes on Mondays & Tuesdays

Individual creativity and experimentation emphasized through creative techniques of building with clay using slab,coil and pinch methods. Develop the skills needed to expand on projects. Teens will try the potters wheel too.

classes:session 6

kids (ages 7-10) Mondays from 4-5pm@ the old mill studio (Lynn) 6 weeks ($195)

kids (ages 5-9) tuesdays from 4-5pm@ the old mill studio (mary) 6 weeks ($195)

kids-Teens-tweens (ages 9-13) thursdays from 3:30-5pm@ the square studio (LOra) 6 weeks ($195)

Beginners Potters Wheel

Beginner students will learn basic wheel throwing skills, centering, pulling & trimming.
Projects will include cups, bowls, plates and vases. No prior wheel experience needed.

classes: session 6

wednesdays from 9-12 held at the water mill square studio.(mary)

Fall Family Workshop

Make a Thanksgiving Keepsake Centerpiece

Family Hands On Clay Workshop: Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece. Make a bowl using slabs of clay impressed with Fall leaves. Great parent/child activity!

class: saturday, November 16

Designed for children ages 4 and up with a parent or caregiver

$35 per child

1:00-2:30 pm held at the water mill square studio.(mary & Lora)

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Potters Wheel - Intermediate and Advanced Wheel Throwing

In this wheelthrowing class, students will learn the techniques for making more ambitious forms. Pots with lids, teapots, cake stands, taller pots, and more. Students will need to have basic wheelthrowing skills before taking this course. Basic wheelthrowing toolkit/ apron (Student supplied)

classes: session 6

Wednesday evenings from 6-9 pm held at the water mill square studio.(Alicia)

Potters Wheel- Beginner to Intermediate

Students will learn basic throwing, trimming and glazing skills; forms will include bowls, cylinders, handles, and plates.  The curriculum will be tailored to general class interest. No prior wheel experience required.

classes: session 6

tuesday & thursday evenings from 6-9 pm held at the water mill square studio.(steve)

Tuesdays from 10-1 held at the water mill square studio.(steve)

Hand Building and Wheel Throwing

This class will focus on beginning wheelthrowing skills with learning the basics of handbuilding using pinch, coil, and slab methods. We will be making pots, and handbuilding objects, as well as combining the two.

classes: session 6

mondays from 10-1 held at the water mill square studio.(alicia)

Hand Built Bells and Wind Chimes


In this class we will create elements in clay that we will combine with other media including driftwood, glass beads and twine to create a decorative wall hangings. Specific examples will be provided but further experimentation is encouraged.

classes: session 6 (3 classes)

11/8, 11/15, 11/22

fridays from 10-1 held at the water mill square studio.(lora)