Oklahoma Contemporary
Hands manipulating clay on pottery wheel

Ceramics

A flagship program of Oklahoma Contemporary since 1989, ceramic classes and workshops take place in state-of-the-art facilities at Studio School under expert instruction. After creating works in the Leigh Ann and Paul Albers Outdoor Studio, students may fire their works of art at a range of temperatures and atmospheres in several kilns, including two outdoor gas kilns custom built by Donovan Palmquist of Master Kiln Builders. Studio School is also home to the state’s only community salt and soda kiln.

Learn more about the instructors' backgrounds and teaching approaches here.

Questions about a multi-week class? Tuition for multi-week courses does not include materials. When signing up for a class, all students agree to abide by the policies set forth in the Student Handbook.


FALL SESSION
Eight-week classes | Sept. 26-Nov. 20
Four-week classes | Session 1 | Sept. 26-Oct. 23
Four-week classes | Session 2 | Oct. 24-Nov. 20

REGISTRATION DEADLINES
Eight-week and four-week Session 1 | Sept. 19
Four-week Session 2 | Oct. 17

Interested in more than just Ceramics? See our full class and workshop list here.

Click here to see syllabi and materials lists for all classes.

Four-Week Class | Pickle Pots

  • Date 18+
  • Cost $150
  • Location 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturdays, Nov 5 – Dec 3
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
F22 Pickle Pot

Prerequisites: Introduction to Ceramics, Wheel Throwing 1.

No class Nov. 26

Join artist Liv Egan to make pots — and then make pickles in those pots. Liv’s mom never met a vegetable she couldn’t pickle, and she will graciously share her pickling expertise with you. All vinegars and spices will be provided, and all veggies will come from local farmers. I can’t believe you’re still reading this; hit register and live your best pickle life.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Register

Thursday Night Workshop | Ceramic Game Day Snack Platter and Salsa Bowl

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
F22 Chip

Still serving chips out of the bag?

Step it up a nacho (oh yes, we did) and make a ceramic game day snack platter and salsa bowl. Perfect for dips and chips, charcuterie or wads of cake if your team keeps losing … or you just like cake. Impress your friends and make yourself feel like you got life, or at least snacks, under control.

Pick up your fired and finished work about two weeks after the workshop. We’ll call you when it’s ready.

Registration closes on Wednesday, September 28.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Oct. 20

Register

Thursday Night Workshop | Ceramic Jack-o'-Lanterns and Luminaries

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
F22 Jack

SOLD OUT! Join the waitlist. Make a ceramic jack-o'-lantern! It’s like a regular jack-o’-lantern, minus thrusting your hand into a slimy pit of seeds. Create a friendly face or get into the true Halloween spirit and craft something to scare the neighborhood kids. If you’re not into pumpkins, make a spooky luminary — perhaps a miniaturized version of your boss with a removable head?

Your ceramic piece will be fired and ready to pick up in time for Halloween display. Remember, no matter how much we like you, if you pass out boxes of raisins on Halloween, we are totally egging your house.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Oct. 13.

Friday Night Workshop | Ceramic Jack-o'-Lanterns and Spooky Luminaries

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org

Sold Out! Join the waitlist!

Make a ceramic jack-o'-lantern! It’s like a regular jack-o’-lantern, minus thrusting your hand into a slimy pit of seeds. Create a friendly face or get into the true Halloween spirit and craft something to scare the neighborhood kids. If you’re not into pumpkins, make a spooky luminary — perhaps a miniaturized version of your boss with a removable head?

Your ceramic piece will be fired and ready to pick up in time for Halloween display. Remember, no matter how much we like you, if you pass out boxes of raisins on Halloween, we are totally egging your house.

Registration closes on Monday, Oct. 3.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Oct. 21.

Thursday Night Workshop | Make a Ceramic Soup Bowl

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Thursday, October 27
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flect Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
F22 SOUP

Tired of bowls that are bossy and set in their ways (I will only hold this much)? Show your dishes who’s boss and make your own bowl! Craft a perfect vessel for soup or ramen, or if you don’t like hot liquid meals, use yours for cereal, ice cream or popcorn ... lots and lots of popcorn.

Pick up your fired and finished bowl about two weeks after the workshop. We’ll call you when it’s ready.

Registration closes on Monday, Oct. 24.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Dec.1

Register

Friday Night Workshop | Spooky Date Night on the Wheel

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28
  • Cost $140 for two people
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 21+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Two masked people looking at the camera with clay objects on the table between them

Just in time for Halloween!

Re-enact your favorite pottery scenes from the movie Ghost without the inconvenience of your significant other getting murdered. We can’t promise helpful advice from a psychic, but we do think you and your companion will have a great time learning to use the potter’s wheel and making a small bowl.

Bring a date, bring a friend, bring anyone you want as long as your partner is actually alive. No experience necessary! Registration is limited to four couples. Pick up your fired and finished bowl about two weeks after the workshop. We’ll call you when it’s ready.

Registration closes on Monday, Oct. 24.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Nov. 4.

Register

Thursday Night Workshop | Festive Ceramic Holiday Platters

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
F22 Plate2

Join Ceramics Monthly emerging artist Marissa Childers to create plates decorated with botanical forms. You can design a cookie plate, a charcuterie platter or even trinket dishes. Perfect for holiday gift giving or decorating your festive table.

Pick up your fired and finished dishes about two weeks after the workshop. We’ll call you when it’s ready.

Registration closes on Monday, Oct. 31.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Nov. 10.

Register

Workshop | Raku

  • Date 12:30-3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6 and Nov. 13
  • Cost $75
  • Location The Studios | Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Bowl on fire in a kiln

SOLD OUT! Join the waitlist. Join us for a two-day, hands-on workshop as we dive into the topic of Raku ceramics. Together, we'll explore traditional Japanese Raku as it relates to religious and cultural practices and its later expression among American ceramicists in the mid-1900s. During the first workshop session, you'll use hand building techniques to create tea bowls. We'll meet the following weekend to glaze and fire your works using the Raku process.

This in-person workshop will take place outside and the Raku process can be messy, so dress accordingly. Open to students of all levels, and all materials and tools are included in the cost of tuition.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain dates are Nov. 20

Thursday Night Workshop | Clay Holiday Ornaments

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov.10
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter David Morrison
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org

Make clay ornaments and fun holiday memories in this workshop that’s perfect for the entire family. Artist David Morrison will show you how to create unique ornaments to decorate your holiday tree.

Pick up your fired and finished ornaments about two weeks after the workshop. We’ll call you when it’s ready.

Registration closes on Monday, Nov. 7.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Nov. 17.

Register

Friday Night Workshop | Date Night on the Wheel

  • Date 7-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30
  • Cost $140 for two people
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Brian Bosworth
  • Age Requirements 21+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Two masked people looking at the camera with clay objects on the table between them

Back by popular demand! Re-enact your favorite pottery scenes from the movie Ghost without the inconvenience of your significant other getting murdered. We can’t promise helpful advice from a psychic, but we do think you and your companion will have a great time learning to use the potter’s wheel and making a small bowl.

Bring a date, bring a friend, bring anyone you want as long as your partner is actually alive. No experience necessary! Registration is limited to four couples. Pick up your fired and finished bowl about two weeks after the workshop. We’ll call you when it’s ready.

Registration closes on Monday, Sept. 26.

If the workshop is postponed due to weather or unforeseen instructor circumstances, the rain date is Oct 7.

Eight-Week Class | Creating Texture for Ceramic Forms

  • Date 6-8:30 p.m., Mondays, Sept. 26 – Nov. 14
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
F22 Texture Ceram

Prerequisites: Beginners welcome, no experience necessary.

Join artist Marissa Childers, recently named a 2022 emerging artist by Ceramics Monthly, to make texture molds from clothing or fabric and then apply that texture to hand built forms. This class is perfect for beginners or experienced ceramicists who want to increase the subtlety and complexity of their ceramic artwork. No experience necessary.

You can find your syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Eight-Week Class | Ceramics Special Topics: Technical and Atmospheric Clay

  • Date 6-8 p.m., Mondays, Sept. 26 – Nov. 14
  • Cost $200
  • Location Main Building | Howard Family Charitable Foundation Studio Three
  • Instructor / Presenter David Stevens and Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
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Learn the science of ceramics so that you can understand your results and create the work you want. This class does not focus on building techniques; it focuses on deciphering and controlling the chemical mojo between glazes and kiln atmospheres. You’ll create glazes from scratch and participate in four different types of kiln firings: gas, soda, raku and electric.

If you want to know why your work comes out of the kiln looking like it does, this is the class for you. Suitable for beginners and advanced ceramicists.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Ceramics - Tuesday

  • Date 6-8:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Sept. 27 – Nov. 15
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio and Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liz Parham
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Ceramic cups of various shapes and sizes

Prerequisites: Beginners welcome, no experience necessary.

Learn to create sculptural forms and functional vessels like mugs, plates and bowls. This course introduces the two main techniques of ceramic arts: hand building and wheel throwing. We begin with a focus on hand building skills, such as pinching, coiling and slab building. In the second half of class, you’ll learn how to use the potter’s wheel. The class also touches on the science and art of slips, glazes and textures as well as historic and contemporary ceramic artists.

Have fun, create functional art and remind your fingers they can do more than scroll.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Ceramics - Wednesday

  • Date 2-4:30 p.m., Wednesdays, Sept. 28 – Nov. 30 | No class on Oct 12, Nov 23
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio and Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Ceramic cups of various shapes and sizes

Prerequisites: Beginners welcome, no experience necessary.

No class on Oct 12, Nov 23. Learn to create sculptural forms and functional vessels like mugs, plates and bowls. This course introduces the two main techniques of ceramic arts: hand building and wheel throwing. We begin with a focus on hand building skills, such as pinching, coiling and slab building. In the second half of class, you’ll learn how to use the potter’s wheel. The class also touches on the science and art of slips, glazes and textures as well as historic and contemporary ceramic artists.

Have fun, create functional art and remind your fingers they can do more than scroll.

You can find your syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Ceramics - Saturday

  • Date 2-4:30 p.m., Saturdays, Oct. 1 – Nov. 19
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio and Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liz Parham
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Ceramic cups of various shapes and sizes

Prerequisites: Beginners welcome, no experience necessary.

Learn to create sculptural forms and functional vessels like mugs, plates and bowls. This course introduces the two main techniques of ceramic arts: hand building and wheel throwing. We begin with a focus on hand building skills, such as pinching, coiling and slab building. In the second half of class, you’ll learn how to use the potter’s wheel. The class also touches on the science and art of slips, glazes and textures as well as historic and contemporary ceramic artists.

Have fun, create functional art and remind your fingers they can do more than scroll.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 1 - Monday

  • Date 6-8:30 p.m., Mondays, Sept. 26 – Nov. 14
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter David Morrison
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Close up view of hands manipulating clay on a wheel

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics

This course focuses exclusively on the potter’s wheel. Expanding on the techniques covered in Introduction to Ceramics, this class will improve your skills on the wheel. You will make mugs, cups and bowls while learning more about firing techniques, temperatures and atmospheres.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Want to enroll in Wheel Throwing 1 but haven’t taken Introduction to Ceramics? Special admittance to the class is granted on a case-by-case-basis pending approval from David Stevens, Manager of Ceramics Program and Studio. Email: dstevens@okcontemp.org

Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 1 - Tuesday

  • Date 2-4:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Sept. 27 – Nov. 15
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Brian Bosworth
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Close up view of hands manipulating clay on a wheel

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics

This course focuses exclusively on the potter’s wheel. Expanding on the techniques covered in Introduction to Ceramics, this class will improve your skills on the wheel. You will make mugs, cups and bowls while learning more about firing techniques, temperatures and atmospheres.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Want to enroll in Wheel Throwing 1 but haven’t taken Introduction to Ceramics? Special admittance to the class is granted on a case-by-case-basis pending approval from David Stevens, Manager of Ceramics Program and Studio. Email: dstevens@okcontemp.org for more information.

Register

Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 1 - Wednesday

  • Date 6-8:30 p.m., Wednesdays, Sept. 28 – Nov. 16
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Joe Cox
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Close up view of hands manipulating clay on a wheel

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics

This course focuses exclusively on the potter’s wheel. Expanding on the techniques covered in Introduction to Ceramics, this class will improve your skills on the wheel. You will make mugs, cups and bowls while learning more about firing techniques, temperatures and atmospheres.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Want to enroll in Wheel Throwing 1 but haven’t taken Introduction to Ceramics? Special admittance to the class is granted on a case-by-case-basis pending approval from David Stevens, Manager of Ceramics Program and Studio. Email: dstevens@okcontemp.org for more information.

Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 1 - Sunday

  • Date 2-4:30 p.m., Sundays, Oct. 2 – Nov. 20
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Dan Harris
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Close up view of hands manipulating clay on a wheel

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics

This course focuses exclusively on the potter’s wheel. Expanding on the techniques covered in Introduction to Ceramics, this class will improve your skills on the wheel. You will make mugs, cups and bowls while learning more about firing techniques, temperatures and atmospheres.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Want to enroll in Wheel Throwing 1 but haven’t taken Introduction to Ceramics? Special admittance to the class is granted on a case-by-case-basis pending approval from David Stevens, Manager of Ceramics Program and Studio. Email: dstevens@okcontemp.org for more information.

Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 2

  • Date 6-9 p.m., Thursdays, Sept. 29 – Nov. 17
  • Cost $265
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
Close up view of hands manipulating clay on a wheel

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics, Wheel Throwing 1

Join artist Liv Egan to increase your proficiency on the potter’s wheel. In this class, you’ll learn how to make advanced forms, such as lidded and pouring vessels, as well as get an introduction to various methods of creating texture. In addition to learning new firing procedures, you’ll experiment with surface adornment techniques, such as slip trailing, sgraffito, wax resist, under glaze and glaze application.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.


Four-Week Class | Teapot Intensive

  • Date 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturdays, Oct. 1 – Oct. 22
  • Cost $150
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact studioschool@okcontemp.org
F22 Teapot

Prerequisites: Introduction to Ceramics, Wheel Throwing 1.

Join Liv Egan to focus on the mechanics and style of creating the perfect teapot. Pretend you’re in a British murder mystery and solve the village crime while drinking Earl Grey in style. You don’t have to watch or enjoy British murder mysteries to take this class, although you must have taken Introduction to Ceramics and Wheel Throwing 1. And it probably helps if you like tea, although I’ve been known to serve an Earl Grey martini out of a teapot … and my guests were very pleased.

You can find the syllabus here.

Open Studio time is included with registration. Open Studio allows currently enrolled students to work on their projects in Oklahoma Contemporary’s studios outside of class meetings. Availability varies weekly. After registration, you'll receive a link to access the Open Studio calendars.

Eight-Week Rental | Wheel Throwing and Hand Building Rental

  • Date Sep. 26 - Nov. 14, 2022
  • Cost prices vary (see description)
  • Location Studios Building | Cathy and Phil Busey Ceramic Studio
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact dstevens@okcontemp.org

Looking for an opportunity to work independently in the Wheel Throwing and Hand Building Studio? Eight-week rentals occur during Studio School's sessions.

Rentals space is shared and semi private. Rental prices do not include clay or firing costs. Full-time renters receive a discount on firing costs.

Full-day rentals (M-F 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., weekends 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.): $595
Half-day rentals AM (M-F 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., weekends 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.): $300
Half-day rentals PM (M-F 4-8 p.m., weekends 2-5 p.m.): $300

Renters must purchase clay from Studio School or may use their own clay with prior approval of David Stevens.

To secure your rental, email dstevens@okcontemp.org.

Four-Week Rental | Wheel Throwing and Hand Building Rental

  • Date Can start anytime, based on studio availability.
  • Cost prices vary (see description)
  • Location Studios Building | Cathy and Phil Busey Ceramic Studio
  • Age Requirements 18+
  • Contact dstevens@okcontemp.org

Looking for an opportunity to work independently in the Wheel Throwing and Hand Building Studio? Four-week rentals can begin anytime, based on studio availability.

Rentals space is shared and semi private. Rental prices do not include clay or firing costs. Full-time renters receive a discount on firing costs.

Full-day rentals (M-F 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., weekends 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.): $320
Half-day rentals AM (M-F 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., weekends 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.): $160
Half-day rentals PM (M-F 4-8 p.m., weekends 2-5 p.m.): $160

Renters must purchase clay from Studio School or may use their own clay with prior approval of David Stevens.

To secure your rental, email dstevens@okcontemp.org.

Community Firings

  • Cost varies - email for quote
  • Location Studios Building | Ceramics Studio
  • Contact dstevens@okcontemp.org
Ceramic cups of various shapes and sizes

Working on a ceramic project and need access to a kiln? Ceramicists in central Oklahoma are invited to use Studio School’s several electric and two large-scale gas kilns, including a salt and soda kiln custom built by Donovan Palmquist of Master Kiln Builders.

Bisque—$7 per cubic foot

Cone 6—$5 per cubic foot

Cone 10—$12 per cubic foot

Cone 10, Soda—$14 per cubic foot

For more information contact us at dstevens@okcontemp.org.

Hours

Monday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Closed Tuesday

Wednesday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Thursday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Friday - Sunday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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Location

Visit us at 11 NW 11th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: 405 951 0000
Fax: 405 951 0003
info@okcontemp.org

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