Gary Jackson: Fire When Ready Pottery
A Chicago potter’s somewhat slanted view of clay & play
Categories: classes, lillstreet

As 2008 comes to an end – and people are making plans for 2009…
there are resolutions to be made, resolutions to be broken…
plans to change yourself, plans to improve yourself…
how about making plans to just have some fun & get dirty?!

The new Winter Session of classes starts next week at Lillstreet Art Center.
Mark your calendar – my class starts next Tuesday, January 6th, 2009.
I will once again be teaching my class on Tuesday nights from 7:00-10:00pm.
My class is Beginning & Advanced Beginning Wheelthrowing.
It’s a 10-week class that meets every Tuesday night for three hours. You’ll learn
the basics of wheelthrowing and every step along the way to your finished pots!
So if you’ve never thrown on a potter’s wheel… or are looking to refine your basic skills…
or haven’t touched clay since High School… this is the class for you!

In addition to the Tuesday class session, you also get open studio time at Lillstreet
seven days a week – what a great chance to play inside & practice slinging mud!
So if you’ve ever wanted to play in the mud and make some pots…
or have been forever-enamored by that darn scene in “Ghost”…
it’s still not to late to sign up for classes at Lillstreet Art Center.

Registration is easy – just register online at
But hurry… my class typically fills up quickly. Don’t be left out with clean hands!!!

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