If you don’t know a lot about pottery, you may think that it’s just an activity where you learn how to make decorative items out of clay. True, but it’s also much, much more than that. Especially at the Upper West Side’s Supermud Pottery. In fact, you’ll find that Supermud students will say that pottery is actually a form of therapy, a sanctuary and a place where you learn to unleash your creative energy.
Class sizes are ideal, with no more than eight students to ensure that everyone gets individual attention. The studio provides the clay, tools and glazes – and they also offer 24 hours of free practice time each week! Supermud Pottery also offers private lessons or, for more experienced potters, Supermud rents studio space with 7-day access in a great community of potters.
In need of a party idea? Supermud Pottery is the perfect place to host a birthday party or special occasion. Parties at Supermud include two hours of studio time with 90 minutes for a clay project and 30 minutes for refreshments. Supermud teaching staff will give you a wheel throwing demonstration and teach you the basics of the craft. Also included is a specially made gift for the person of honor! So whether you’re planning a birthday for your child, your friend, or yourself – they’ve got you covered.
If pottery isn’t your cup of tea, it does make an awesome gift for that creative person in your life. Supermud Pottery offers a wide variety of gift certificates. Purchase a gift certificate online or drop by the studio. Or choose a beautiful piece of pottery from the studio’s gallery!
Are you ready to give pottery a try? There’s a monthly Friday night Introductory class – a one-time opportunity for those who want to give working in clay a try before enrolling in classes.
Supermud Pottery is located at 2744 Broadway (between 105th and 106th Sts.) on the second floor. Public visiting hours are Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm to 6pm. Check it out and register for a class today! Call 212-865-9190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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