Spokane Virtual Ceramic Class

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic…We’ve had to do what we do best, and get creative!

With the inability to meet with our customers in a traditional ceramic classroom setting, we’ve been working towards offering a class you can take that meets the new requirements for public gatherings; thus, the virtual classroom!

We will be offering this class at an extremely low cost of only $30 as we experiment and learn about what our customers want most. This gives all the leverage for you to take affordable art classes, and us the opportunity to learn from you about what you want from us. For Online registration, please click here on picure

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We will begin our first class on ceramic tile design, Saturday, July 6th at 5pm through google classroom. Once class is purchased:

  1. You will have an area to enter your email address through square
  2. Once in our system, you will be emailed a code that will allow you to enter the classroom (if unfamiliar with google classroom, here is a helpful link for getting into the class….click here on Google Classroom to watch) with pick up and drop off dates for materials, and an optional facebook live meeting URL with Q&A and Critique. You will need to Follow us by “liking” our facebook page by clicking here on Class meeting to participate .
  3. The class will include online class video, access to exclusive files helpful to project, proceeding a follow up half hour facebook live Q&A with critique. Kits will include everything necessary to complete a 1.5 lb pinch pot with additional room for accents and creativity.
  4. Once in the classroom, you will have the ability to email me pictures of your completed work where I can review any troubles and successes you are having prior to our Facebook live meeting.

Thank you for this amazing opportunity to expand our classes into a virtual setting, we hope you enjoy these classes and find them to be meditatively relaxing during this time at home. Please stay healthy and happy, best wishes,

Shiree D. Ross