Walnut Creek Civic Arts And Education 2015 Summer Classes

The Walnut Creek Civic Arts Summer 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 Summer course schedule.

Sign up for classes and workshops using EZReg!
Sign-ups begin May 8.

The Walnut Creek Civic Arts Education Spring Sale is almost here!

The sale will be held July 4-5, 2015 at Civic Arts.

Great Selection of Garden Art and Beautifully Hand Crafted Pottery!

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

Check back for more information soon.

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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Membership Information

Current Clay Arts (CAG) dues are prorated, depending on when you join. All memberships end September first of each year. If you join in Fall Quarter, dues are $80, Winter Quarter $60, Spring Quarter $40 and Summer Quarter $30.

To pay your dues, locate a payment envelope in the information rack at the ceramic arts studio and follow the instructions.

Click here for a complete schedule of Ceramic Classes!

What you get with your CAG membership:


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  • Discount on Open Studio (open-studio times - about 30 hours per week for about 40 weeks per year, which is roughly 1000 hours per year)
    • must be concurrently enrolled in clay arts class
    • must be enrolled in the CAE Open Studio class
    • there is a substantial discount if you are a CAG member
  • Discounts on Master Potter Workshop fees
  • Participation in two studio sales per year
  • Participation in a number of outside exhibits/sales
  • Your own copy of the bimonthly CAG Newsletter
  • Opportunity to check out books and videos from the CAG library


  • Help maintain clean efficient studio
  • Donate two gift quality pieces annually to help raise money (beginners are exempt from this responsibility)
  • Actively participate to help the Guild in its efforts to maintain a quality ceramics program.

At present there are about 125 members in CAG. Purchase of an Associate membership allows clay patrons to contribute to ceramics and receive the CAG newsletter for $25, a quarter of the normal annual dues.