Top level only

Pottery Class and learn the Wheel

For all Levels11 Pottery (3) Instructor: Dianne Lee

  • Monday 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Sunday 6:00 pm -  9:00 pm
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. Space limited to 5 Adults Mondays 6:00 to 9:00 pm 
  • Winter session: January 24 to March 7 (no class on Family day Feb.15) -Full!
  • Spring Session: April 4 to May 9
  • Summer session: May 16 to June 27
  • Fall sessions 1: September 19 to October 31, 2016
  • Fall sessions 2: November 14 to December 19, 2016 
Sundays 6:00 to 9:00 pm
  • Winter session: January 23 to March 6 (no class on Valentine day February 14)
  • Spring Session: April 3 to May 8
  • Summer session: May 22 to June 26
  • Fall sessions 1: September 18 to October 30, 2016
  • Fall sessions 2: November 13 to December 18, 2016 
Fee: $280 for 6 weeks + taxes Our price includes clay, double firing and glazing, not Hst Classes is limited to 5 participants (one per wheel) Note: Just Introductory session on the wheel: $75 per 3 hours (all inclusive) demonstration, clay and firing. The hourly rate for the wheel with instruction  is at $20. Glazing workshops: the 3rd Saturday of the month from 12 to 2 pm  (pre-registration necessary) Cost for glazing: $25 per person (all inclusive)  demonstration, firing and glazing -$3 per small cup or bowl or according to the size-

Call 416-461-7936 or Click here for registration (recommended)

DianneLee5Instructor 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.

13-09 pottery studio al (1)