Walnut Creek Civic Arts And Education 2015 Winter Classes

The Walnut Creek Civic Arts Winter 2015 Class Catalog is now available!
Check out introductory ceramics, sculpture, raku, sodium vapor, handbuilding, art tiles and wall reliefs, functional pottery, and more.

Want to Know More?

See the 2015 Winter course schedule.

Sign up for classes and workshops using EZReg!
Sign-ups begin December 1.

The Walnut Creek Civic Arts Education Holiday Artists Market is almost here!

Huge Selection of Garden Art and Beautifully Hand Crafted Pottery!

Select the perfect gift crafted by Clay Arts Guild members and CAE instructors.

Holiday Artists Market will be held December 5-7, 2014.

All works will be available at one convenient location this year:

Shadelands Auditorium, 111 N. Wiget (at Ygnacio Valley Road)

Sale Hours
Friday, December 5, opening night with live music and refreshments: 5 pm-9 pm
Sunday, December 7: 10 am-6 pm

Art pottery, sculpture, dinnerware, stoneware, raku, salt- and pit-fired works, along with glass art, jewelry, gourd art, paintings, photography, pottery, textiles and more.

Want to Know More?
See the Studio Sales Page.


Walnut Creek Clay Arts Guild Newsletters

All of our newsletters are available online. Please check out the newsletter section to find current and archived issues.

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Classes at the Clay Arts Studio

Clay Arts Guild Flower ImageThree-hour ceramic classes are offered weekly through Civic Arts Education (CAE) of Walnut Creek, California, with 250 to 300 student enrollments per 8 to 10-week session. Regular classes include beginning, intermediate and advanced throwing and hand building, sculpture, Raku and teen clay classes. A City of Walnut Creek employee manages the studio. The instructors are chosen based on ceramic expertise and teaching abilities.

The Clay Arts Guild (CAG) is open to all students enrolled in classes. The studio also offers special periodic workshops with invited artists as well as two annual ceramic sales, available for Guild members.

Studio equipment includes: electric wheels, kick wheels, cone 10 reduction kilns, electric kilns for low fire, raku kiln, salt kiln, slab roller, extruder, fully equipped damp and glaze rooms and large work areas.

Want to Know More?
See the California Arts and Education (CAE) course catalog for price and schedule information.

Ready to Sign Up?
Sign up for classes using EZReg!