If you are interested in how to fire primitive pottery check out this video. At the time of this writing we haven’t created a pottery firing course yet, but this video shows the process and can help you learn how to fire your pottery in an open, outdoor oxidation firing. This is a time-lapse video […]
We filmed the pottery exhibit at the Arizona State Museum last month. They have the largest collection of Southwest pottery in the world with over 24,000 whole vessels. These pots cover the entire spectrum of pottery in the Southwest from some of the oldest pots made in the region to contemporary Pueblo pottery.
March 11-15, 2020. This five day pottery class in Mesa, Arizona will immerse you in the world of Central Arizona in the fourteenth century and the beautiful pottery that was made at that time. We will dig clay, visit museum collections and ruins and of course make replica pottery.
In this 5 day workshop in the mountains of Central Arizona you will learn about the prehistoric Pueblo people who lived here and the beautiful pottery that they made. We will dig clay, view artifacts and ruins and make polychrome pottery just like the ancients.
This class is not just for professional archaeologists but for anyone wanting to learn more about getting involved in experimental archaeology in Southwest ceramics.