Welcome to Studio Arts Boulder!

Registration for Session V classes opens on Monday, July 31st at 8:00am!
Follow the links to view the Session V offerings:  Adult Classes  •  Youth Classes


Cone 6 Class

Have you always wanted to experiment with cone 6 clay and glazes?
Interested in using new colors on your pieces? Try out this 5-week Cone 6 class!
*Must be enrolled in a Session V class in order to enroll.*

Instructor: Margaret Josey-Parker   •   Cost: $100   •   Schedule: 8/31 - 9/28
For more information and registration, visit: Special Cone 6 Class

Sunday Glaze Class

One of the primary goals of this eight-week glaze class is to familiarize participants with classic ceramic glaze materials and how they interact at cone 10 in a reducing atmosphere. Students, in teams of two, will work to create a unique base glaze. Participants will leave with enough knowledge to begin a lifetime of fascinating glaze research, if they so choose.

Instructor: David Beumée   •   Cost: $230
Schedule: Sundays from 11am - 1pm; 9/24 - 11/19 (no class on October 22nd)
For more information and registration, visit: Glaze Class - Fall 2017

Piece by: David Beumée

Date Nights

Always wanted to try pottery but never got the chance?
Looking for something new to do in Boulder?
Want to surprise someone with a fun night out?

Bring a friend, some snacks to share, maybe a bottle of wine or a couple of beers to the Pottery Lab Date Night! Our host will get you set up and working together on potters' wheels for a few hours of dirt and fun. Make a piece, we'll glaze and fire your favorite one, then give you a call when it's ready.

2017 Date Nights are Saturdays from 6:00 - 8:30pm. Upcoming dates:
   August 12th
   August 19th
   September 9th
   September 23
   October 7th
   October 14th

Sound like fun? Click to register for Date Night!
And check out our Family Nights!

Studio Arts Boulder is a non-profit art education organization that provides high-quality ceramics programs at the Boulder Pottery Lab and partners with other studio arts organizations for programs in other mediums. The “studio arts” are those art forms which require a substantial investment in equipment and facilities that is beyond the means of most individuals, such as ceramics, metalsmithing, glass, printmaking, fiber, and woodworking.

Cover photo: glass bowl by artist Dee Crouch. See more of Dee's work here.