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TAG Ceramic Education

Clay Medley
Beginning and Continuing Students
Instructor: Jesse Wilson

Students will learn the fundamentals of clay techniques used in hand-building and on the Pottery Wheel. 

Find and develop your own artistic style while exploring Pinching, Coiling, Slab building, Pottery Wheel and Glaze application techniques. Projects will include both functional and sculptural works.


Instructor: Jesse Wilson

Monday & Wednesday / 1-3pm
(4 Week course) / $120
Monday and Wednesday / 6-8pm
(4 Week course) / $120

Advanced Clay @ TAG

Continuing Students
Instructor: Jesse Wilson
This class is open to students with previous experience in Clay and a working knowledge of Pinch, Coil, Slab, Wheel and Glazing techniques. 

Students will be encouraged to continue to find and develop their own artistic style.
Projects will include both functional and sculptural works.

Tuesday and Thursday / 1-3pm
(4 Week course) / $120

CALL 330.395-4876 TO REGISTER

Clay@TAG Holiday Tree Workshops

Join us for special 2 day workshops in the TAG Underground Clay Studio.


Students will be guided through the process of creating and glaze decorating their own Hand-built, Clay/Stoneware Holiday Tree in the style of their choosing.


The Holiday Tree Workshop meets the first day of class to construct our trees. Trees are then dried and fired in our kilns, follow up class is two weeks later to glaze our trees.


$45 TAG Member

$50 Non-Member

Includes all materials, glaze and kiln firing


Students may sign up for one of our 6 sessions throughout the month of November

These workshops have no age restriction, however we recommend students under 9 be accompanied and assisted by an adult.


CALL 330.395-4876 TO REGISTER

Payment is due upon registration to reserve your spot.

above: The Ronald McDonald House Charities presented a donation of $10,605.00 to TAG on Wednesday May 1, 2019. Presenting the check to Pat Galgozy is Dan Letson, Grant coordinator for R.M.H.C.

The grant was for  kiln equipment for Clay at TAG. Jesse Wilson has spearheaded the renovation of the basement and is heading up the clay education program. His work on our behalf will benefit the gallery and our community for years to come.