Pottery Classes in Phoenix

Pottery classes in Phoenix are a great way to learn about this unique art form and to create beautiful pieces of pottery. Phoenix is home to many pottery studios and instructors who can help you learn the basics of pottery and how to create stunning pieces of art. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pottery enthusiast, there is a class for you in Phoenix.

Many classes focus on different aspects of pottery, such as wheelthrowing, handbuilding, glazing, and firing. You can also find classes that focus on specific techniques, such as Raku firing or pit firing. No matter what your level of experience or interest, pottery classes in Phoenix, Arizona are a great way to explore this fascinating art form.


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Sunshine Sunflower

Pottery classes in Phoenix for all ages and likes! You will have a pleasant and fun time creating shapes in clay depending which workshop you join. Sunshine Sunflower offers basic or intermediate workshops, you can paint ceramic pieces, schedule the studio to celebrate events such as birthdays or work activations.



700 W. Campbell Ave, Phoenix


$55 – $250, depends on the workshop you want to enroll in


10am / 12pm / 2pm / 4pm


PIP Coffee + Clay

One of the most complete pottery studios in Phoenix. It is also a coffee shop where you can have a great time with friends. PIP offers beginning classes, intermediate, packs, workshops for making objects with clay like pipes, kitchen gadgets, bongs, pots and more! If you want to practice pottery on your own you can book for the open studio for $55.

Classes What’s included? Time Price
Beginning Wheel Throwing Instruction, all clay, glazing and all firings 2.5 hours $55
Intermediate – Pottery Nerds All firing and studio glazes + clay 3 hours $55


2617 N 24th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008, EE. UU


You can register in the classes at any day you want, but we recommend you verify their website to get information for more exact hours


Here is a video blog about a day leading a ceramics class. This way you will know how is the learning process in one of these workshops.

Monica Rosales

Hi there! My name is Monica and I am absolutely thrilled to be writing about all things pottery. As a lover of the art myself and a pottery class enthusiast, I have found my passion in sharing the beauty and creativity of this craft with others. With my experience in pottery classes across the U.S. and a keen eye for reviewing pottery-related products, I am excited to bring you informative and exciting content about everything pottery. Let's get our hands dirty and dive into the wonderful world of pottery!

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