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All courses at Greenwich House Pottery are hands-on, encouraging students to learn new skills or refining techniques as a means to conceive, construct and realize ideas and share them with others. Individual assistance is provided in each class, helping students develop at their own pace within a focused format or on individually determined projects.
In our studios at 16 Jones Street we offer 38 adult classes, children’s after-school classes, year-round Master Workshops and an intensive Summer wheel-throwing class for teens. Day and evening classes are scheduled Monday through Saturday.
Open studio is an exclusive perk for currently enrolled students to allow for practice time outside of class. Open studio hours are available Tuesday - Sunday. The current schedule is posted on the Message Center and is available on the Resource Page of our website.
Summer Open Studio
For the summer term, open studio time for enrolled students is available Monday–Thursday 2:00–9:45 pm.
Our studios are equipped with two hand-building classrooms, two throwing classrooms, a mold-making and slip casting studio, 28 wheels, two gas kilns, four electric kilns, two slab rollers, two clay mixers, three deairing pug mills, two extrudersand a spray booth. We offer six clay bodies: porcelain casting slip, white stoneware, throwing stoneware, sculpture stoneware, red earthenware and we sell grolleg porcelain for $20 per 25-pounds. We have a large selection of glazes (21 high temperature and 21 low temperature), slips and washes, and offer both high and low temperature firing (cone 04, cone 2, & cone 10).
Greenwich House Pottery
16 Jones Street
New York, NY 10014
Jane Hartsook Gallery
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