Welcome to Studio Arts Boulder!

Registration for Session V classes is now open!
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:
   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.