Pottery Classes - 8 week sessions

Starting the week of Feb 27th!

Announcing... NEW POTTERY CLASSES at the CCLC! We have a new pottery teacher who is ready to start teaching classes. Six people is the minimum we need to fill a class, and she's available to teach up to three classes a week.

Check out the schedule details below, spread the word to friends, and let us know what class days/times you'd be most interested in – you can call us at 733-2233, or email avery@thecclc.org.

Age/level: These are general pottery classes for all ages and skill levels that would each run for 8 weeks. Ages 10 and under should be accompanied by an adult. Younger ages will hand build with clay; older ages (usually 12 and up) will also work on the wheel.

Proposed days/times for pottery classes:

Starting Feb 28 – Tuesday evenings, 6-9 pm  (** updated, instead of Monday nights **) 

Starting March 2 – Thursday afternoons, 1-4 pm 

Starting March 4 – Saturday mornings, 9 am - 12 pm

Course Fee:  $200 for 8-week session (meeting once a week for 3 hours), includes materials/25 lb bag of clay

Click Here to Register Online, or call 733-2233

Some scholarship funds are available – if you’re interested in a scholarship for this class, please call 733-2233, or email avery@thecclc.org.

Other possible times to choose from, if the times above don't work for you, could be:
Saturday afternoons, 1-4 pm
Monday mornings or afternoons, 9 am - 12 pm or 1-4 pm
Tuesday mornings or afternoons, 9 am - 12 pm or 1-4 pm
Wednesdays, 9 am - 12 pm, 1-4 pm, or 6-9 pm
Thursdays mornings or evenings, 9 am - 12 pm or 6-9 pm

Instructor: Michelle Cousineau 

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Michelle is originally from Maine, has lived in various places around the state (including teaching in Lubec for a couple of years in the early 90s) and recently moved back to Maine after living in North Carolina for 20-some years. In North Carolina she taught adult education and studied pottery. She then worked professionally as a potter for many years, and also taught pottery classes out of her home studio. She’s been a gallery owner and sold her work in various art shows and galleries.

For the past few years, she’s focused on becoming a master gardener, working with community garden projects, and teaching classes on sustainable horticulture, agriculture, soil, and water. Now that Michelle is back in Maine and living near the CCLC, she is excited to roll up her sleeves, get back in the pottery studio, and offer her skills as a pottery teacher!