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  • Setting Up Your Own Studio

Registration: Setting Up Your Own Studio

2015 date to be announced.

Product Description


  • Basic studio equipment
  • Pros and cons of making your own studio glazes
  • Considerations for studio layout
  • Preventative streching exercises


Are you thinking about setting up your own home studio? Do you have a kiln and you're not sure how to set it up? Are you an art teacher new to ceramics and not sure what to do next? This session will cover the basic equipment found in a home studio, decision making factors for purchasing large equipment--including used items, the pros and cons of making your own glazes versus buying premixed glazes, considerations for layout of the physical studio space with a special focus on electric kiln power requirements, basic safety in the studio, material storage, and clay recycling methods.

Primarily geared for home hobbyists setting up a personal studio, but teachers with smaller clay programs will benefit as well.


Find out about other Educational Seminars here.

*By purchasing the Registration, you are both registering and paying for the seminar. Unless stated otherwise, full refunds less a $15 administrative fee will be made up to one week before the workshop. A minimum of five people are required for each workshop to run, maximum of 15 people.

All informational seminars are 4 hours long, take place on a Saturday from 1–5 p.m. in Helena at the Archie Bray Foundation.

The fee for each seminar is $40 per person.

The Clay Business will be open before and immediately after each session for participants. 

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