Our classes are typically 9 weeks long and sessions are offered year round in Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall on a lottery basis. Our well-qualified instructors design classes to accommodate all levels of experience and skill, from beginner to advanced.
Registration for any semester begins with a lottery date. Prior to the lottery date, students can start the registration process by registering on-line however, we are not set up to accept payment online yet so students must remit payment along with a registration form by printing or emailing , completing and either mailing or dropping the registration form off in the office. After the lottery date, registration is open and can be accomplished on line or over the phone.
Additionally, we offer jewelry, ceramics, weaving and basketry workshops which feature demonstrations and hands on experiences with nationally known craftspeople.
As an added benefit to enrolling in our craft classes, Wesleyan Potters offers current students short shops which are reasonably priced mini-workshops presented by our instructors on a variety of useful techniques. Look at our calendar for upcoming events and short shops.
All semester registrations begin with a registration lottery. Note the lottery date. To be part of the lottery, get your registration form and payment in before the lottery date. You are NOT considered registered for a class until you have submitted the registration form and a form of payment.
After the lottery, registration is first come, first served
Send in your registration form and then call the office with your credit card information before the Lottery date.
Before the lottery, send in or bring in your check or gift certificate with the completed registration form.
Come by the office with your completed registration form. After office hours, you can submit cash payments and registration form in a sealed envelope through the mail slot.
With support from the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” – W.B. Yeats