Whether you are 9, 90, or anywhere in between, committing to learning the art of pottery can be highly rewarding and fun. While running a successful pottery business, Amanda takes great pride in offering classes two days a week knowing how valuable they are to individuals and the community at large. In order for it to be successful for students as well as sustainable for our small business, we have established the following policies.
- Time Commitment: We highly encourage all students to commit to regular weekly classes for the school year or for as long as possible within the school year. Proficiency and advancement of skill require regular and steady access to the studio, wheel, and familiarity with the life cycle of clay.
- Payment Policy: While classes are $33/class, we require payment on a monthly basis due by the first class of the month. To make this easier, we will invoice parents or students monthly and you may pay by Venmo or you can bring cash or a check to the first class of the month.
- Absence Policy: Things come up and absences happen! For adult students, we are able to offer a standing makeup day on Wednesdays at noon. Our youth students may be able to join an alternate class within the same quarter, with the aid of advanced notice of missed classes. We ask that we receive as much advance notice as possible for prolonged pottery sabbaticals.
Benefits to Joining the Honey bee Hill Community
COMMITTING to your own Pottery Journey
Students of all ages greatly benefit from our small class sizes, individual time and attention with Amanda, and having unhurried, increased interaction on the wheel, allowing for:
Selling Your Work in The Hive Collective
We now offer returning students who have studied with us consistently for six months or more the opportunity to sell their wares on our website.
Important things to note: