Wheelhouse Clay Center recently opened at 48 Harmony Place in downtown Brattleboro. It’s the vision of two local potters and former members of Brattleboro Clayworks, Shari Zabriskie and Teta Hilsdon.
Wheelhouse’s four basic offerings are rentals for potters, classes, special events, and a gallery. As classes begin to roll out, Teta Hilsdon is offering one scholarship to her Beginner Wheel Throwing class, an 8-week course covering the basics of wheel throwing technique, trimming, decorating, and glazing. The class is offered Wednesday evenings, 6-9pm, from April 10 through May 29. Scholarship awardee will need to purchase their own clay for $40. Ages 16 and up are welcome.
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell a little about yourself and why you’d like to take the class.
Ask any questions you’d like. Time is of the essence: the first compelling candidate will receive the scholarship.
For more information about Wheelhouse Clay Center visit www.wheelhouseclaycenter.com.