pinkwhistlesociety - Group and Private Parties
Group Lessons are available to kids or adults for virtually any type of group. Examples of groups we can accommodate at KPS include Corporate Team Building Exercises, Home School Groups, Art Teachers and Bachelorette Parties. If you and your friends are tired of your routine, get everyone together at pinkwhistlesociety for an interesting evening of fun in the mud!
Two options to choose from
This class uses basic methods of pinch, coil and slab to construct finished pieces. The class lasts one hour and costs $120 for up to 10 people. Additional participants are $12 each up to our maximum of 15. Clay as well as the glazing and firing of your finished pieces is included.
This class allows students to try their hand at the potter's wheel. After a brief demo from the instructor students will get their own wheel and will spend the remainder of the time making pieces. The class lasts 1.5 hours and costs $200 for up to 10 people. Additional participants are $20 each up to our maximum of 15. Clay as well as the glazing and firing of your finished pieces is included.
How do I book a lesson?
Give us a call at (+33)02.69.07.38.46 with your desired date and time. Once we confirm availability we will collect a non-refundable $25 deposit to secure your date. The deposit is deducted from the total that is due on the day of the class.
Can classes be booked outside your normal working hours?
Yes, classes can be booked in the evenings or on weekends pending studio availability.
Do we need to have experience?
No, we regularly help beginners make pots!
Can we change the date/time after we pay the deposit?
Yes, we allow one date/time change. If you change a second time or you do not show up for the class your deposit will be forfeited.
Can we bring food or drink?
We allow drinks in the studio but no food.
Can people watch the class and not choose to participate?
Yes, however space is limited so please try and keep the number of observers to no more than 6.
Do we need to bring anything?
Please wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty. Clay can sometimes stain (although it normally washes right out). If you are participating in a wheel throwing class shorts or pants are recommended as opposed to dresses or skirts. Tie back hair and remove jewelry and watches to keep them clean.