Monday: 4:00 to 5:30 (6 to 12 yrs)
Winter session: January 16 to March 6
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks (no class on Family day Feb. 20)
Spring session: April 3 to May 8
Fee: $140 for 5 weeks (no class on Easter April 17)
Summer session: May 15 to June 26
Fee: $170 for 6 weeks (no class on Victoria day May 22)
Our price includes clay, double firing and glazing.
Space limited to 6 kids
Call 416-461-7936 or Click here for registration (recommended)
Get your hands dirty with introductory clay classes at LucSculpture. Learn how to build and decorate a mug, bowl or something from your imagination. Classes are open to students of all levels and include hand-building techniques, an introduction to the potter’s wheel, and surface decoration.
Instructor Dianne Lee is a Canadian ceramic artist and instructor based in Toronto’s historic Corktown neighborhood. Dianne studied ceramics at the Ontario College of Art and Design from 2002-2006. Since graduating Dianne lived and work in England for 3 years, during that time she interned with British Pottery Deborah Baynes, visited multiple pottery studios and traveled all over Europe. Dianne also found herself in New Zealand for a year where she was a member of the Wellington Potter’s Association. Dianne is now a full time studio artist who makes functional work, collaborates with other artists and independently developed her own conceptual art projects. Her pottery embodies elements of playful exploration, functionality and surprise. All her work is wheel-thrown and assembled or altered during the throwing process. Dianne continuously explores a range of ideas from contemporary issues to traditional pottery with an emphasis on process and context.