Registration NOW OPEN ONLINE for January 8th - 6 Week Session!
Choose from our collection of 38 classes- ranging all skill and interest levels.
Classes meet 1 time per week, for 6 consecutive weeks. During the 2.5 hour weekly lesson, the first 30-45 minutes the instructor will give a demonstration, followed by individualized guidance as you create with clay.
Enjoy a hands-on, creative experience that will take you though all the steps needed to create a finished piece. The first weeks you will work with wet clay, followed by learning to trim and shape the semi- dried (leather hard) clay. After the piece has gone through its first kiln firing, you will learn surface decoration methods. Our final class is a glaze session and potluck where we celebrate what we have made and finish glazing the pieces you've made through out your session.
Any introduction class is great for those with no experience or looking to get back into it! If you fall in love and want more, we have a ever expanding curriculum with new advanced classes each session.
$325 for 6 Week Class + Open Studio Time
Includes: first bag of clay, glazes, firing, and open studio hours outside of class. During your session, please come in and create during the week or weekend during our open studio hours.
1-Time Clay Class
Open for ongoing registration- Please call us at
(415) 416-6475 for information and registration.
April Session Student Open Studio Hours:
Monday-Thursday 10AM-6PM, Friday-Sunday 10AM-9PM.
We recommend making use of this time to practice any skills or make up any working time you may have missed during class absences. We do not want to turn students away, but due to capacity limitations, we cannot allow students to come in outside of these hours.
CBTB Make Up Policy:
In the event of missed classes, students are welcome to attend other classes during the session they are registered for to observe demonstrations they may have missed. As our classes are often full, we can NOT guarantee wheel or work space to students making-up. Students registered for the class will have priority on the equipment and workspace during their scheduled class time.
Students should only be making up a class at their skill level:
-Intro Students should attend Intro to Wheel Classes or Try It All Classes
-Hand Building Students should attend any other Hand Building Classes
-Next Step Students should attend Next Step Classes
-Advanced Students may attend any other Advanced Classes
The best way to ensure you receive the most instruction time is to attend the class you are registered for.