Fire Arts' Winter Class Session dates have been announced. Winter session begins Jan 2-March 11.
Registration (online only) begins Monday, November 21, 9am. Check the website in early November for class details.
Fire Arts still has lots of classes available for the fall term. We have room in wheel, hand building and kids' classes. We are also offering jewelry making and fused glass workshops! Check our website for class details and availability.
If you have problems accessing the PAY FOR CLASSES tab AFTER 9AM, clear your browsing history and try again.
Class schedules for the Fall session (September 11 - December 24) are on the website.
Our summer classes are almost all filled, but call us or stop in to see if there is any availability in the classes in which you have an interest.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
FALL CLASS REGISTRATION BEGINS AUGUST 8TH AND FALL CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 11-NOVEMBER 19
CHECK BACK IN JULY AS MORE DETAILS BECOME AVAILABLE.
Update: Our classes filled up so quickly that we only have a few spaces available for online registration this afternoon. If you missed out on the class you wanted, please come in person on Monday, May 23, 9am. There are one or two additional spaces available in most classes for those who couldn't register online.
Demand is high, so come a bit early!
Members! Don't forget to register Monday, May 9 at 9am sharp for summer session classes. The class schedule is online here.
Jess just finished the test tiles for our new portfolio of Cone 6 glazes at Studio #10. We now have a nice selection of colors, many of which combine to make even more colors for your Cone 6 pieces.
Elaine and Jess will again be teaching Cone 6 classes at Studio #10 (Fire Arts' "other" studio, at 550 S. G St. #10
Elaine's class will explore two surface decoration techniques: resists and slips. Check out our Summer class schedule for all the details.
General registration online only begins Monday, May 16, 9am. There is also earlybird online only registration for members, beginning Monday, May 9, 9am.
Fire Arts has expanded into mid-range Cone 5/6 ceramics. This Spring term features new classes to introduce the methods, clays, glazes and surface decoration techniques using Cone 5/6 clay.
Cone 5/6 is known as mid-range. It is very durable stoneware and porcelain. The benefits of mid-range include firing in our electric kilns in an oxidation atmosphere resulting in brighter underglaze and stain colors, a more extensive color palette of underglazes and stains, whiter porcelain surfaces and more consistency in glaze results.
If you've wanted to have your own kiln, then perhaps mid-range is for you.
Check out our classes for the Spring term. Registration begins Monday February 21, online and in person at the studio.
Our Spring class schedule has some new classes! We have added fused glass and jewelry making classes!
We are now offering cone 5/6 mid-range ceramics at our ANNEX #10 studio at 550 S. G Street .
Registration begins Monday, February 21 at 9am.
Winter classes are in session. Our next registration period, for Spring 2022 term begins Monday, February 21, at 9am.
You may register online or in person.
Check back a couple of weeks prior to registration to see our new Spring Class Schedule. We hope to be adding several new classes!