Details Price Qty
Ages 6-9 Hand building $30.00 (USD)  
Teen pottery wheel 13-16 $30.00 (USD)  
Ages 10-14 Hand building $30.00 (USD)  
Adults/College Pottery Wheel 17+ $30.00 (USD)  

Clay Classes for all the students in your life. Makes a great gift!

Have something fun to look forward to on your winter break getting your hands into clay by sculpting by hand. Ages 6-9 and 10-14 will handbuild (hand form)  fun cups, bowls, planters or silly creature sculptures to decorate your room. Teens and Adults will work on the potters wheel to create a bowl or cup.

Great for all ages.

Tuesday Hand-building Ages 6-9: : 12/27 1-3pm  $30

Tuesday Teen Pottery Wheel  Ages 13-16: 12/27 1-3pm  $30

Thursday Hand-building Ages 10-14:  12/29 1-3pm $30

Thursday Pottery Wheel Adult & Kids Ages17+ :  12/29 1-3:00pm $30

Special Notes:

  • See home page for Covid Notes and policy
  • Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty
  • Trim nails short and leave rings/watches at home
  •  Free Parking in back
  • 10 person maximum (wait-list is available for additional people)
  • Class is non refundable 7 days before class (unless we are able to fill your spot)


  • Ages 6-9 Monday
    December 27, 2022
    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Teen pottery13-16 Monday
    December 27, 2022
    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Ages 10-14 Wednesday
    December 29, 2022
    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Adult pottery Wednesday
    December 29, 2022
    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


  • Alanis Wagner
    Alanis Wagner is currently a senior at UWM majoring in art education with an emphasis in ceramics. She loves to teach children and inspire creativity. Alanis has experience in hand-building as well as throwing on the wheel. She has taught both adult and children's classes at Cream City Clay for 3 years.  Her energy is contagious and her classes are fun.
  • Diane Moore
    Hi! My name is Diane Moore and I am currently pursuing a double major in ceramics and psychology at UW Milwaukee. At Cream City Clay, I teach an introduction to hand building class and help run the kids’ camp. The most exciting part about teaching for me is watching others form connections with each other while they are creating art. My biggest inspiration is my mother, Teresa, shown on the right in my picture.