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2022 Classes

We have a variety of classes and workshops for all interests and ages!

White Freesia II

Miniatures - Current Exhibit




White Freesia II

Minatures - Current Exhibit




Ceramics: Wheel and Hand Building

Join Linus Lancaster in the Healdsburg High School ceramics studio May 21st for another in a series of monthly ceramics classes. This class is for ages 9 – adult who want to learn how to throw pottery on the wheel to form functional pieces such as cups, bowls, and plates. Through individual guidance and repetition, students will develop skills in throwing techniques. There are 5-6 pottery wheels in the room, so, everyone will have multiple turns.  This class is limited to 10 students.

In addition to the wheel, the focus will be on the hand-building techniques; pinch, coil, and slabs. Functional as well as sculptural applications will be explored.

This class can accommodate beginning potters as well as those with previous throwing experience. Repeating students are encouraged to sign up.

Please note: This class includes clay, 2 kiln firings, and glazes.  Since all thrown pieces require two kiln firings, pieces will not be available for pickup until approximately 7-10 days after class ends. Fired pieces can be packaged and shipped for an additional charge.

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Date: May 21st, 2022

Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Instructor: Linus Lancaster

Age / Level: 9+

Class Size: 10

Location: Healdsburg High School (Ceramics Room)

Deadline to enroll: May 20th, 2022

Fee: $55 per class - Financial assistance is available.

Instructor: Linus Lancaster

Linus Lancaster has worked as a professional artist for over 20 years and has taught fine art and ceramics at Healdsburg High School since 2002. He trained in drawing at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco and has an MA in conceptual sculpture and philosophy from Sonoma State, and a PhD. in art practice and soil studies from Plymouth University (UK). His teaching and practice is focused on multidisciplinary approaches to art production with an emphasis on site specific projects and locally sourced materials. He has exhibited both in formal venues and guerrilla installations in the US, Europe and Asia.