Saturdays| 9 am-12 pm | *5 Instructor-Led Class Sessions + *5 Open Studio Practice Sessions
(This is a 5-week session.)
The Sedona Arts Center’s ceramic department operates free from the constraints of grades and benefits from the talents of its ceramic faculty and assistants as well as nationally recognized guest instructors. This combination allows our department to offer flexible and diverse programming in both traditional and contemporary techniques.
Through demonstration and one-on-one instruction, students will learn to throw a variety of forms on the potter’s wheel. Tuition includes the first 25-pound bag of clay, firings and glazes, and one open studio session per week.
COVID Health and Safety Protocols
The health and safety of our Patrons, Students, Volunteers, and Staff are a top priority. Since COVID-19 first surfaced, our staff continues to monitor the situation closely, taking every precaution to keep our Patrons, Students, Volunteers, Staff, and our community safe.
Masks inside our buildings are optional until further notice.
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As someone with a serious case of tactile munchies, Lolo is all about introducing students to the medium and excitement of clay, particularly via the wheel, as it is the most fabulous tool when it comes to tactilely discovering the possibilities and boundaries of clay. The first ceramics class Lolo took was at SAC’s “art barn” back in the year 1987 at the age of six. While her mom still has the clay coil pots, horse and cat figurines she built that summer, it wasn’t until 30 years later that Lolo dove back into playing with clay, this time at Yavapai College. In 2019 she was reunited with the SAC ceramics department. Thanks to it’s alternative learning environment and the mentorship of Dennis Ott, her career as a massage therapist is now more of a side hustle/interest and the majority of her working hours are spent in a ceramics studio. You can find Lolo throwing pots, making glazes, firing kilns, tending to the needs of the studio and learning everything she can about ceramics at SAC and Yavapai College where she works as a studio technician. Occasionally you can find her creating at Reitz Ranch too. Lolo’s work is heavily weighted by the notion of purpose, therefore most of her work is functional. Most of all Lolo loves clay for it’s (paradoxically) sensitive and tough nature which, to her, reflects the human experience.
First bag of clay included. Additional bags of clay may be purchased during class for $35 per bag which includes glazing & firing fees. Enrolled students may also participate in one open studio session per week.
Each student must enroll individually
Classes must be paid in full upon registration
Students may register online or by calling the Sedona Arts Center’s Administrative Offices in the Art Barn, toll-free at 888-954-4442 or locally at 928-282-3809
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express are accepted or student may pay with cash or check by registering in person during office hours at the Art Barn
In-Person and Online Classes Cancellation
Students must cancel or transfer at least 7 days prior to the first day of class
If a student cancels or transfers before the 7-day cut-off, a 15% fee will be applied
If a student cancels within 7 days prior to class, there are no refunds
If Sedona Arts Center cancels the class for any reason, all payments made will be refunded in full
The Sedona Arts Center is not responsible for providing make-up sessions or issuing refunds, credits, or transfers for courses missed as a result of illness, emergencies, or other events beyond our control. There are absolutely no refunds after the cut-off date for any reason, unless the Sedona Arts Center has to cancel the workshop, then all fees paid will be refunded in full.
Covid-19 Update for In-Person Classes and Workshops:
As long as SAC is able to provide an environment that adheres to the CDC guidelines for social gatherings, and assuming all other normal criteria are met and the workshop or class goes forward, the above cancellation policies are in effect.