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Teen/Adult Classes

The classes listed below include ages 13 and older.  These classes are also available for viewing through the Dance, Visual Art, and Theatre pages on our website.  The specific age parameters are listed for each class.  Instructor permission is required for anyone older or younger than the class age parameters. Please register students according to the listed  parameters.



Potter's MedleyPotters’ Medley

Section A: Tuesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm

12 Weeks: September 13 – November 29

Section B: Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm

12 Weeks: September 14-December 7 (No Class November 23)

Cost: Nonmember $225, Member $200

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Students learn hand-building and wheel-throwing along with other decorative techniques that include slip decorating, carving, and glazing. Structured projects will be provided along with time for independent exploration. All clay and pottery tools are provided and included in the tuition cost. Instructor: Carli Moorefield



Clay SculptureClay Sculpture (Ages 16+)

Thursdays 6:30pm-8:30pm

12 Weeks: September 15 – December 8th (No Class November 24)

Cost: Nonmember $225, Member $200

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Learn to approach your work from both realistic and imaginary angles as you gain sculptural skills that can be applied in many different ways. Focusing studies on the human figure and animal form, students will learn the foundations of technical skill needed to interject personality in their work.  Instructors: Adam McVicker & Jacob Nelson






Pottery Throw-DownPottery Throw-Down (Teens)

Wednesdays 4:30pm-6:00pm

10 Weeks: September 28 – December 7 (No Class November 24)

Cost: Nonmember $200, Member $175

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Have you always wanted to learn the basics of wheel-throwing? Are you a current artist looking to improve your wheel game? This is the class for you! We will start with a basic form of bowls and vases and progress to mugs and cups. We will also move beyond functional pottery to a variety of sculpting techniques. Each week will have a challenge, such as throwing a 12” vessel, throwing 3 mugs, and pulling handles, and other challenges to stretch your artistic growth. But no pressure–much like your first-grade teeball team, we’re all winners here. You will leave with a vast repertoire of wheel skills and a variety of pieces to show off on your Instagram. Instructors: Adam McVicker & Beth Negro


Adult Beginners Potter's WheelAdult Beginners Potter’s Wheel

Mondays 6:30pm-8:30pm

12 Weeks: September 12 – November 28

Cost: Nonmember $150, Member $132

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Learn wedging, centering, opening, and throwing on the potter’s wheel. Projects will include bowls, mugs, and plates along with beginning glaze techniques and so much more.  All clay and pottery tools are provided and included in the tuition cost. Instructors: Adam McVicker & Beth Negro





Musical Theatre: Classic Musicals

Ages 12-18

Thursdays 4:30-5:30pm

8 Weeks: September 22 – November 10

Cost: Nonmember $138, Member $115

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Students taking this class will delve into the exciting world of musical theatre where singing, acting, and dancing are the keys to success.  Get ready to grow and be challenged as a triple threat while focusing on the classic musicals that made Broadway great, like Wizard of Oz, Anything Goes, and Music Man. In this class, students will workshop different pieces with staging and/or dancing in small and large groups. Instructor: Katie Zarecki



Teen and Adult Ballet

Thursdays 8:15pm-9:15pm

Cost: Nonmember $165, Member $145

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Suitable for the beginner who would like to work in a more relaxed environment, this class progresses slowly and is open to adult beginners. The class will introduce basic movement vocabulary and French terminology as well as safe stretching techniques and practices. Students will learn proper body alignment, positions of the feet, arms, and begin fundamental barre and center work. Instructor: Lauren Stenroos




Adult Ballroom Dance

Thursdays 6:30pm-8:00pm

Cost: Nonmember $165, Member $145

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When one conjures an image of ballroom dancing, International Standard is the style that most often comes to mind: sweeping ball gowns, men in tails, graceful and elegant style. Learn about waltz, tango, foxtrot, and quickstep and develop foundational skills, including partnering, rhythm, posture, turning, and traveling. By learning simple dance steps, you can find yourself quickly out on the dance floor having fun while moving to the music, enough to “get by” at any social dance event. Instructors: Niklas and Yvonne Manz