Underglazes, Commercial Glazes, Hand Mixed Glazes and Stains
Pinch Pots, Coil Building, Building with Slabs and
"Adel gave me a great introduction to pottery. Excellent instructor who gives clear instruction, supportive review and expands possibilities." Rachel Williams
Registration and PoliciesTo Register:Call 337-296-7292 or Email email@example.com Please call with any questions about a particular class before you sign up. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Payment of full tuition reserves your space in the class. Tuition may not be pro-rated for missed classes. Children should arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before the start of class. The studio door will be open for arrival. Parent/guardian must pick up the child from the studio promptly at the end of class. Refunds/Cancellations: Full tuition refund will be issued if a class or workshop is canceled by HSCS. Insufficient enrollment can cause cancellation at the last minute. In these cases HSCS will notify those registered students and refund 100% of tuition. Please register early to ensure a place in your preferred class, before it is filled or canceled due to low enrollment. If a student drops a class up to seven days before the start of a class session, or two weeks before a weekend workshop, tuition will be refunded. NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE AFTER THIS DATE. No refunds will be given for missed classes. Makeup Classes: If a class is cancelled due to weather or other variables, a makeup class will be scheduled. If a student is unable to attend a class, HSCS is not responsible for providing a makeup class. The student may attend a similar class or open studio during that session only.
Contact us for pricing and to schedule your next class!
337-296-7292 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hand Star Clay Studio is a one woman business. Adel deValcourt is an artist and certified visual arts educator, dedicating her life to art
and education. Learn from a truly dedicated artist. Visit her website: www.handstardesigns.com
To create a learning environment where the student feels comfortable, creative, happy and safe!
To incorporate art history, aesthetics, critical thinking and professional presentation.
To instill a working knowledge of proper studio practices, including safety, ventilation, cleaning and efficiency.
To allow the student the time and space to explore their own creative process and personal projects.
To appreciate and expose, new ways of creative expression and experiences.
To have a sounding board to discuss the world of Arts and Ceramics.
Gallery and Showroom
Beginners Hand Building
Beginners Wheel Throwing
Intermediate and Advanced