In-Person Pottery Workshops

I have scheduled four pottery workshops this year. Scroll down to check out what I have in store for 2020 classes in Arizona.

These classes are a lot of fun and a great opportunity to expand your pottery skills by learning a different skillset. We will dig clay, hand coil pots, decorate with natural clay slips and minerals, visit collections of ancient pots and fire our pottery in a big outdoor fire. Come join us in one of these 2020 workshops learning traditional Southwest pottery in Arizona.

I may add another workshop if these fill up early enough. Let me know if you are looking for something specific as I am open to doing a custom class.

Feb
10

Spring Ancient Pottery Class at Mesa Grande Ruins

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.

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Feb
09

Prehistoric Cooking Pottery Class

In the class we will dig clay, make coil pottery, cook in pottery, eat from pottery and look at ruins. This is a fun and different type of pottery replication workshop.

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Feb
08

Summer Arizona Pottery Workshop at Q Ranch

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.

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Feb
07

Experimental Archaeology in Southwest Ceramics Workshop

This class is not just for professional archaeologists but for anyone wanting to learn more about getting involved in experimental archaeology in Southwest ceramics.

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Feb
02

Coil Pottery Making 2 Day Workshop in Tucson

March 28, 29, 2020. In this 2-day class in Tucson, Arizona you will learn the ancient art of coil pottery. We will cover all the techniques, the procedures and the potter’s secrets of hand-made Southwest coil pottery making.

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