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9 Week Group Classes General Info:

Small classes, wheel throwing and hand-building. 9 weeks + final Saturday Party, includes 25 lbs of clay, glazes and firing.
Tuition: $350.00
Contact Barbara with any questions.

 

Registration Requires:

  • Full tuition by check (or PayPal) to:
  • Barbara Dunshee, 1060 26th Ave E. Seattle, WA 98112
  • Your 1st choice and any 2nd choice
  • Your contact info
  • Your experience level, if any
  • Other important info to note:
  • First-come first-served basis
  • If one cancels less than two weeks prior to first class, $50 will be withheld from refunds
  • No fees are refundable once classes start, nor transferable to another class session
  • To pay with PayPal, select specific class day and time below
 
  • FALL 2014 Pottery Classes, in Seattle.

  • NOW REGISTERING! 9 Week Group Classes start the week of September 29th, 2014

  • MON. DAY 11am-2pm, Sept 29th-Nov 29th [3 spots open]
    (Beginning / Continuing)
  • MON. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, Sept 29th-Nov 29th [4 spots open]
    (Beginning / Continuing)
  • TUE. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, Sept 30th-Nov 29th [FULL]
    (Beginning / Continuing)
  • WED. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, Oct 1st-Nov 29th [2 spots open]
    (Beginning / Continuing)
  • THURS. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, Oct 2nd-Nov 29th [1 spot open]
    (Beginning / Continuing)
  • Register Securely Via PayPal:
    • If a class fills I'll start a waiting list. If you would like to be on the waiting list or would like an email when I begin registration for the next session please email me or use the contact page. Thanks!
 

2014 SUMMER WORKSHOP

July 12th, 13th & 19th
(Saturday, Sunday and following Saturday)
10am-3pm each day.
[FULL]

A fun group workshop fashioned with hand-building techniques that you can use almost anywhere. We'll start with the wonderfully organic methods of pinching and coiling to create our forms. We'll add slab work, designing with paper templates and a myriad of original textures. The following Saturday, we'll finish our bisqued pieces with various glazing techniques. All works will be final fired for later pick up.
Tuition: $235.00 includes all materials. See "Registration Requires" below.
Contact Barbara with any questions.

 

SPRING SESSION 2014 POTTERY CLASSES

  • SPRING 2014 Schedule:
  • MON. DAY 11am-2pm, April 7-June 8 [FULL]
  • MON. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, April 7-June 8 [FULL]
  • TUE. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, April 8-June 9 [FULL]
  • WED. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, April 9-June 10 [FULL]
  • **NEW! THURS. EVENING 6:30-9:30pm, April 10-June 11 [FULL]
 

Studio time for current students: This has moved to my new BLOG. Follow the instructions on the blog to sign up for your 2 hours. Hi-tech!

©2014 Barbara Dunshee | Design: Plaid Tractor | Hosted by Pair
 

"Fantastic introduction...Classes are small, so if you're new to pottery - like me - you get lots of attention. If you're already experienced, then you get Barbara's expert advice when you want it. Great atmosphere...and a great way to explore the medium."

-Elizabeth W. Seattle, WA

"Barbara is incredibly fabulous"

"I had never used a potter's wheel or even been inside a pottery studio when I began classes with Barbara. She has made the study of pottery very enjoyable as well as informative. We always have a lot of fun in class, but it is a serious class and a great educational experience. Barb is very patient as well and encouraging to all her students no matter what their skill level is. I highly recommend Barbara Dunshee Pottery."

-James M


students

Student work can be viewed at the BD Pottery BLOG.

 

Gift Certificates

Available for classes or private studio lessons. Please contact me to coordinate scheduling and delivery.


Private lessons

Individual: $150 for one-on-one 2-1/2 hour lesson. I include materials and firing. Scheduled individually.

Semi-private (2 or more persons): $110 per student for 2-1/2 hours, including materials and firing. Scheduled individually.

Team Building Pottery Instruction also available, Please contact me for details and pricing.

 

Studio Sustainability & Conservation

Barbara Dunshee Pottery practices sustainability and water conservation! We wet-clean as we work to keep clay dust to a minimum, ensuring clean, healthy air in the studio. The studio water is sourced with non-plumbed containers, allowing all clay and glazes to be recycled and reused within the ecosystem of the studio. Electric lighting is a combination of LED and full-spectrum fluorescents. Flooring is recycled rubber from tires. Even the students are recycled since they keep coming right back!