Evening Pottery Classes

Sunday & Monday Evening Pottery

Sundays, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm & Mondays, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Instructor: Dianne Lee

Make your own mugs, cups, bowls or plates and put a beautiful finish with glazing! Dianne offers a step-by-step guide for beginners in the wheel techniques, pottery techniques and various glazing options at the convenient studio location near Danforth Ave. Intermediate students are also welcome to learn advanced techniques and fresh ideas that Dianne brings into ceramic art.

Sundays, 6:00-9:00 pm:

  • Winter Session: January 13 to February 24 (no class Feb.17 for Family day) – 6 weeks
  • Spring Session: March 17 to April 28 (no class on April 21 for Easter) – 6 weeks
  • Summer session: May 5 to June 16 (no class on May 20 for Victoria’s Day) – 6 weeks

Fees: $320 + HST for 6 weeks (all included in the price)

Mondays  6:30-9:30 pm:

  • Winter Session: January 14 to February 25 (no class Feb.18 for Family day)- 6 weeks
  • Spring Session: March 18 to April 29 (no class on April 22 for Easter)- -6 weeks
  • Summer session: May 6 to June 17 (no class on May 20 for Victoria’s Day) – 6 weeks

Fees: $320 + HST for 6 weeks (all included in the price)

All materials and firing fees are included in the price.The class is limited to 6 participants (each person gets one wheel).
Due to high demands in these pottery classes, please make sure to contact us to check the availability first.

Dianne Lee Bio:

Dianne Lee is a Toronto based artist and instructor. She was born in Lahr, West Germany in 1983 and was raised in towns and cities in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario. Dianne received a BDes from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 2006. After graduation, she worked in England for three years, during which time she interned with British Potter, Deborah Baynes. Later, Dianne lived and worked in New Zealand for a year where was a part of the Wellington Potter’s Association. Since returning to Toronto in 2012 Dianne has participated in a 10-month mentorship program led by Canadian ceramic artist, Linda Sormin, has shown at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, exhibited in New Orleans and most recently completed a month-long residency at Medalta in Medicine Hat, Alberta.