To register for camp, please print out the following forms and return with payment. Please indicate on the registration form which week(s) you are registering for.
Mail with payment to 112 Main St. #14, Putnam, CT 06260
Cancellation Policy: Tuition is refundable up to 1 week prior to the first class minus a $30 registration fee. Within one week, ½ tuition will be refunded. After the first class, tuition is non-refundable.
Late Registration: Registration for all classes closes one week prior to class start date. Late registration will be subject to a 10% late fee.
Kids & Teens
Sawmill Pottery offers classes and workshops for all ages and all levels of experience.
Call (860-963-7807) or email us firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to register.
AFTERSCHOOL KIDS CLASSES
Ages 6-9 Thursdays, 4-5:30pm March 9-April 27
(8 weeks) $240 Cost includes all materials and firing fees
Ages 10+ Wednesdays, 4-5:30pm March 8-April 26
(8 weeks) $240 Cost includes all materials and firing fees.
Give your kids some creative indoor fun this winter. We have classes for kids as young as 6. They'll get to try everything we have to offer in the studio. They will learn handbuilding, wheel throwing and painting, decorating, and glazing at an age-appropriate level. All materials and firing included.
At Sawmill Pottery, we believe in introducing kids at an early age to the tactile, creative art of pottery. Kids ages 5 and up can try everything we have to offer in the studio. They will learn handbuilding, wheel-throwing and painting, decorating, and glazing at an age appropriate level.
SPRING VACATION CLAY CAMP
Monday-Friday, April 10-14, 10am-Noon, Ages 9+.
All the fun of our popular summer clay camps, before summer even hits!
Our full week of fun in the studio will include time on the pottery wheel, designing and creating sculptures, hand building with slabs and coils… and by Friday, we will decorate all our creations with underglazes!
2017 Summer Camp Schedule
Get a jump on your summer plans... and make sure to get a spot in your favorite camps! All camps are $195/week or $50/day except for Claymation, which is $500
|June 26-30||Zootopia||Wheel Throwing|
|July 10-14||Garden Sculptures||Classic Clay Camp|
|August 7-11||Claymation (10am-3pm)|
|August 14-18||Classic Clay Camp||Musical Masterpieces|
|August 21-25||Where the Wild Things Are||Wheel Throwing|
All camps are $195/week or $50/day except for Claymation Clay camp is very similar to our afterschool classes—kids get a fun-filled week where they get to experience most parts of the pottery studio. They’ll try wheel throwing, they’ll make both functional and sculptural work, and many decorative techniques. All around fun!
Classic Clay Camp: Don't want to be confined to a theme? Come to "classic" clay camp! A week of classic fun in the studio- We'll work on the wheel, make sculptures, handbuilt pottery... you name it, we'll do it!
Claymation: New this year! This is a full day camp. We will work together for an intensive week where we will create characters, write a script, and produce our very own claymation short film! Ages 10+. $500. Single days are not available during this week. Kids should bring a lunch every day.
Garden Sculptures: There are so many fantastic clay pieces we can make for the garden!! Garden gnomes, toad and fairy houses, garden totems, just to name a few!
Musical Masterpieces: Did you know that there are a number of musical instruments you can make out of clay? Some of our possible projects are ocarinas, drums, rattles, and udus. Perfect for your artistic music lover!
Wheel Throwing: The name says it all! We'll really focus on wheel throwing this week. Because of the demanding level of focus that this much sustained throwing requires, we recommend this camp only for potters aged 10 and up.
Where the Wild Things Are: More animal fun!! Kids are welcome to take both sessions. Returnees would be encouraged to take their projects to the next level- working on larger, more detailed pieces.
Zootopia: Kids love animals! This camp will give kids the chance to explore their favorite creatures through a series of mostly sculptural work. We will still get on the wheel once or twice-perhaps to make a dog or cat dish- but most of our work will be handbuilt sculptural pieces.