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    Those with less than 2 years of ceramics experience must take 3 classes at Cascade to become a member. Those with 2 or more years of ceramics experience must still take one class with us before becoming a member. This is to make sure you have a good understanding of the studio, have a chance to get to know the instructors and some class friends, and get some experience using our glazes before being on your own with them. Minimum age for membership is 18. If you meet these requirements, email us at info@cascadeceramics.com to join the waitlist for studio membership! Memberships are available for ceramic artists with some experience to work independently in the studio on our equipment.  Membership grants 24/7 Monthly Studio access by key fob to work at your desired convenience. We don't require scheduled "in-studio" time since we have 12 member designated wheels that are never full. You are provided your own 18 x 48 shelf to use. Memberships are automatically charged on your card each month until you cancel in the system and notify us two weeks in advance if you wish to stop. Glazing and firings are included. We take care of the firings on a continual basis. Items are loaded as soon as they are ready to be fired.  We fire at cone 6. You may purchase Georgie's clay in the studio. If you bring in outside clay or glazes, please check with us that it fits our firing parameters before using it. We provide a nice variety of Georgie's and Amaco glazes and underglazes to use on your pieces. We have two large worktables with many handbuilding tools and banding wheels as well as many other community tools available for use in the studio. We have a Northstar slab roller, a large hardy-board wedging table and so on.  We provide WIFI and take turns picking the music station. If the "Sign up now" button is not visible below then we are not currently accepting new memberships. Please email us at info@cascadeceramics.com to be added to the waitlist!
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    $25.00-$500.00
    Purchase a gift card for your loved ones! Use for any item, class, or workshop at Cascade Ceramics.
  • Join us for a one time class on the potters wheel! This is the perfect class for those who want to try out the pottery wheel for a day before committing to a longer class. Your instructor Max will first demonstrate the process of making a cylinder or bowl and then give you individual feedback as you make your own. In this 2 hour class, participants will go through the process of making one pot together with the group, and a second one at their own pace. Once finished, the class will clean up together. Demo takes about 20 minutes, making your first pot can take about 30 minutes. The second pot usually is a little quicker to make. Cleanup and choosing a glaze will take up the last 15 – 25 minutes. Your new pottery will be bisque fired in the kiln once dry and then glaze fired with one of 6 glazes you will have to choose from. Glazed pots will be ready to pick up 3 - 4 weeks after the workshop. We recommend that you wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty, although the clay does wash out of clothes easily.  The pottery wheel is also easier with short fingernails! :) Please make sure to arrive on time, instruction will begin at 10:05. Thank you! Registration is for one person. Skill level: Beginner friendly
  • Join us for a one time class on the potters wheel! This is the perfect class for those who want to try out the pottery wheel for a day before committing to a longer class. Your instructor Max will first demonstrate the process of making a cylinder or bowl and then give you individual feedback as you make your own. In this 2 hour class, participants will go through the process of making one pot together with the group, and a second one at their own pace. Once finished, the class will clean up together. Demo takes about 20 minutes, making your first pot can take about 30 minutes. The second pot usually is a little quicker to make. Cleanup and choosing a glaze will take up the last 15 – 25 minutes. Your new pottery will be bisque fired in the kiln once dry and then glaze fired with one of 6 glazes you will have to choose from. Glazed pots will be ready to pick up 3 - 4 weeks after the workshop. We recommend that you wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty, although the clay does wash out of clothes easily.  The pottery wheel is also easier with short fingernails! :) Please make sure to arrive on time, instruction will begin at 3:05. Thank you! Registration is for one person. Skill level: Beginner friendly
  • Thrown and Altered: Creating Non- Round Forms on the potters wheel, with elements of Hand-Building! Instructed by Lily Williams. In this 4 week intermediate class, students will be guided in the best ways to make their pots functional and joyful to use, while gaining new skills in both throwing and hand-building. Lily will teach students how to make non-round forms from bottomless cylinders, alter their pot’s profile with darting, and various ways of altering the lip of a pot such as rolled and split rims. The class will culminate with glazing the work, and learning to use surface techniques such as water etching and washes to create depth. Turn your wheel into a hand-building tool with Lily's unique intermediate wheel class! Learn more about Lily on our About Us page. This three hour class will meet once per week starting and ending on the listed dates. More about classes at Cascade: Glazes, firing charges and one bag of clay per student are included in the class price. Students can enjoy 24/7 access to the studio to work on projects.  Community tools are provided or you may bring your own tools. Students get one 24 x 18 x 16 inch shelf to store projects and materials. Please read our terms of service and code of conduct before purchasing a class. Signing up for a class means you understand and agree to our current terms of service and code of conduct listed on our website and acknowledgment of this is required upon checkout. 
  • Join us for a one time class on the potters wheel! This is the perfect class for those who want to try out the pottery wheel for a day before committing to a longer class. Your instructor Max will first demonstrate the process of making a cylinder or bowl and then give you individual feedback as you make your own. In this 2 hour class, participants will go through the process of making one pot together with the group, and a second one at their own pace. Once finished, the class will clean up together. Demo takes about 20 minutes, making your first pot can take about 30 minutes. The second pot usually is a little quicker to make. Cleanup and choosing a glaze will take up the last 15 – 25 minutes. Your new pottery will be bisque fired in the kiln once dry and then glaze fired with one of 6 glazes you will have to choose from. Glazed pots will be ready to pick up 3 - 4 weeks after the workshop. We recommend that you wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty, although the clay does wash out of clothes easily.  The pottery wheel is also easier with short fingernails! :) Please make sure to arrive on time, instruction will begin at 3:05. Thank you! Registration is for one person. Skill level: Beginner friendly
  • Join us for a one time class on the potters wheel! This is the perfect class for those who want to try out the pottery wheel for a day before committing to a longer class. Your instructor Max will first demonstrate the process of making a cylinder or bowl and then give you individual feedback as you make your own. In this 2 hour class, participants will go through the process of making one pot together with the group, and a second one at their own pace. Once finished, the class will clean up together. Demo takes about 20 minutes, making your first pot can take about 30 minutes. The second pot usually is a little quicker to make. Cleanup and choosing a glaze will take up the last 15 – 25 minutes. Your new pottery will be bisque fired in the kiln once dry and then glaze fired with one of 6 glazes you will have to choose from. Glazed pots will be ready to pick up 3 - 4 weeks after the workshop. We recommend that you wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty, although the clay does wash out of clothes easily.  The pottery wheel is also easier with short fingernails! :) Please make sure to arrive on time, instruction will begin at 10:05. Thank you! Registration is for one person. Skill level: Beginner friendly
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    Pottery lesson for six people at $75 per person, instructed by Max Acoba. Thank you so much!
  • Join us for a one time class on the potters wheel! This is the perfect class for those who want to try out the pottery wheel for a day before committing to a longer class. Your instructor Max will first demonstrate the process of making a cylinder or bowl and then give you individual feedback as you make your own. In this 2 hour class, participants will go through the process of making one pot together with the group, and a second one at their own pace. Once finished, the class will clean up together. Demo takes about 20 minutes, making your first pot can take about 30 minutes. The second pot usually is a little quicker to make. Cleanup and choosing a glaze will take up the last 15 – 25 minutes. Your new pottery will be bisque fired in the kiln once dry and then glaze fired with one of 6 glazes you will have to choose from. Glazed pots will be ready to pick up 3 - 4 weeks after the workshop. We recommend that you wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty, although the clay does wash out of clothes easily.  The pottery wheel is also easier with short fingernails! :) Please make sure to arrive on time, instruction will begin at 3:05. Thank you! Registration is for one person. Skill level: Beginner friendly
  • Join us for a one time class on the potters wheel! This is the perfect class for those who want to try out the pottery wheel for a day before committing to a longer class. Your instructor Max will first demonstrate the process of making a cylinder or bowl and then give you individual feedback as you make your own. In this 2 hour class, participants will go through the process of making one pot together with the group, and a second one at their own pace. Once finished, the class will clean up together. Demo takes about 20 minutes, making your first pot can take about 30 minutes. The second pot usually is a little quicker to make. Cleanup and choosing a glaze will take up the last 15 – 25 minutes. Your new pottery will be bisque fired in the kiln once dry and then glaze fired with one of 6 glazes you will have to choose from. Glazed pots will be ready to pick up 3 - 4 weeks after the workshop. We recommend that you wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty, although the clay does wash out of clothes easily.  The pottery wheel is also easier with short fingernails! :) Please make sure to arrive on time, instruction will begin at 10:05. Thank you! Registration is for one person. Skill level: Beginner friendly
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