Monday, August 12, 2013

Outlaw Pottery and Art Studio Announces September Clay Art Classes for Kids

What’s more fun to a kid than getting their hands dirty in the name of art?  Students will learn a variety of hand-building pottery techniques, including slab, pinch, coil and sculpture, as well as glazing, from the award-winning Outlaw family of potters.

Outlaw Pottery's popular youth pottery classes are limited to only seven children in each class, so pre-register now before the next session fills up! The classes are 6 weeks long and have a start and end date each season.

Previous students have created face mugs, creature ice cream bowls, Wild Kids plaques, wall pockets, dragons, chimes, coil pots, candle holders, tiki masks, snack bowls, pinch pots, vases, turtles, lizards, fish and more! Every session is different and loads of messy fun!

Pottery will be glazed with certified lead-free, non-toxic glazes and high-fired so that all pottery will be food, dishwasher and microwave safe. Students can pick up their finished, fired pieces a month after the last class.

Session Starts:  September 3, 2013        Ends:  October 8, 2013
Every Tuesday from 4:00 to 5:30 PM for 6 weeks
Ages:  7 to 16

Session Starts:  September 18, 2013        Ends:  October 23, 2013
Every Wednesday from 4:00 to 5:30 PM for 6 weeks
Ages:  7 to 16

Tuition: $85.00 + Materials $15 = $100 Total
(Materials includes clay, glaze, two kiln firings and use of studio tools)

Pottery will be glazed with lab-certified lead-free, non-toxic glazes so that pottery will be food, dishwasher and microwave safe.

Pre-payment is required to confirm all class registrations. All fees are non-refundable.

TO REGISTER, call Outlaw Pottery at 321-292-0762 to ensure space is available and then come by or mail a check to Outlaw Pottery, 3475 N US 1, Unit 2, Cocoa, FL 32926.

Outlaw Pottery is owned and operated by artists Jason and Rosalie Outlaw.  The pottery school is open from 1:30 to 7:30 PM on Tuesdays, from 1:30 to 8 PM on Wednesdays and from 1:30 to 5 PM on Thursdays. The art studio and gallery is also open most Friday and Saturday afternoons unless Outlaw Pottery is out in the community at a festival.

For more information on pottery classes for kids and adults, visit

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