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Teapots - Next Level Workshop

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Our Next Level Workshops are a great opportunity for folks with pottery making experience to take a skill to the next level!

Join local potter Patty Petkovich for a two day teapot making workshop. Saturday will be throwing your piece and Sunday a day of trimming and assembling.

Saturday & Sunday

March 2nd & 3rd

10am-4pm each day

Students are to bring their own clay & desired tools to work with. We do have classroom tools on hand. Bisque firing of teapots will be included. Students can take their teapots home after bisque firing to glaze in their desired glaze!

$150 Registration Fee - Includes Instruction, Bisque firing of piece if desired & refreshments during class. Please let us know of any food allergies when registering.


Saturday morning will consist of a demonstration by Patty, followed by students throwing their own forms for their teapots in the afternoon. Sunday will include an assembling demo with everyone participating in this step-by-step process along with Patty.  This interactive process allows you to see-and-do immediately, rather than seeing the whole process then completing it later.  Patty will provide a takeaway instruction of the teapot creation as a reminder of the process. Please bring your own clay, materials and tools.

Patty Petkovich, a ceramic artist for almost four decades began her journey with clay after graduating from McMaster University with an Arts degree (minor in Art History). Starting with studio ceramic classes at Mohawk College, she continued her studies with a ceramic collective in France in the late 80’s then joined the Kingston Potters’ Guild in 1990 after finally settling in Kingston. For the past twenty-five years Patty has been an educator at the Kingston Potters’ Guild giving ceramic instruction to beginner, intermediate and advanced students. She served as President of the Kingston Potters’ Guild from 2011-2014 and Co-chair of the Board of Directors for the Tett Center from 2010-2014.