Summer Pottery Classes

Well it looks like summer has finally arrived in Vancouver! An updated summer schedule of pottery classes can be downloaded (pdf)

Book now for Kids Camps. If you only want to come a couple of days during camp times, call to see if there is space.

Summer classes for Adults are Tues./Wed./Thurs. 7 – 9 pm or Sat. 1 -3pm. $49 each or 3 for $135.

All classes include materials and follow up glaze class 1 – 3 weeks later.

Please note, we’ll be closed for the following dates:

  • July 1 – 4
  • August 4 – 7
  • September 3 – 10
Vancouver City Block

2010: Clay building model Vancouver city block (Main/Kingsway 1 block North Broadway) Circa 1800’s

 

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Priscilla Chan Pottery Sale — March 28 & 29

‘Practice Makes Masters’

 Announcing
A one of a Kind Pottery Sale —- March 28/29 … 11am. – 5 pm.

Clayzone Ceramics Gallery Presents

“Priscilla Chan”
Ceramic works from 1994 -2014

2 days only!!
as she will be leaving Vancouver to return home to Hong Kong.This is a unique opportunity to collect one of her fine pieces!

Priscilla Chan
Born in Hong Kong and moved to Vancouver in 1993.ceramic-vase
Studied pottery in Capilano University from 1994-2013.
Gained further education & inspiration through advanced workshops & seminars by master craft people like Robbin Hopper in Metchosin International Summer School for glaze development /
Phil Rogers in Wales for salt firing.
Residence Artist in the Institute of Ceramic Shigaraki, Japan 2003.
Giving pottery workshop in Hong Kong Visual Center since 2004.

Exhibitions:
1996 ” Lets Clay” Group Exhibition in Hong Kong Visual Art Center
2000 ” Works in 3-D” Group Exhibition in Coquitlam City Hall
2000 ” International Macsabal Wood Fire Festival” in Gallery Samsung Plaze, South Korea
2002 “Earth to Fire” City Scape Community Art Space, N Van., BC.
2004 ” Elements” Group Exhibition in BC Gallery of Ceramic
2006 ” BC Gallery- Tajime, Japan Exchange Exhibition”
2014 ” Thankyou Sam ! ” Group Exhibition in BC GalleryPriscilla-Chan-pottery

Artist’s statement:
Love exploring the wonderful ceramic world !