Pottery classes underway at Jefferson Community Center

These cute pottery critters were made by students in a previous class at Jefferson Community Center. Photo courtesy of Molly Hueffed.
It’s summer, which means that Jefferson Community Center is again offering pottery classes to teach the skills of potter’s wheel throwing and handbuilding. Classes will include basic understanding and techniques of centering and throwing, as well as advanced 1-on-1 instruction.

Enrollment is open now for classes that start next week. Call 206-684-7481 for more information and to register, or register online by going to this website, clicking “Arts: Visual/Crafts,” and then “Pottery – Adult/Teen.” Classes are listed there for all community centers, not just Jefferson.

Thanks to Molly Hueffed for the info, and I apologize for the delay.

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  1. This studio is a little jem and it needs community support! Molly is a wonderful guide and the students are a relaxed bunch. Come join us! First class Monday for beginning throwing.

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