A dba of Midnight Potter Studios, LLC
We are hiring in September 2022! Join our Team! Have you ever wanted to work in a pottery studio? We need your help to welcome visitors, keep the clay moving, continue the mission of clay education, stock inventory, clean the studio and gallery on a daily basis and so much more!
We are seeking talented people to fill these positions: (abilities to teach art classes in all positions is a bonus)
Marketing & Merchandising Manager
Adult Wheel throwing classes are continuing. We've been filling up a several months in advance for classes. Our wheel class has available spaces in Dec 2022, that you can purchase now. The price of classes have gone up due to rising costs for materials. Classes for January 2023 will be posted soon.
Private lessons are available on Tuesday and Friday evenings. These are the best way to get on a wheel sooner. (These do not teach enough studio etiquette to qualify for membership use of the studio.) These lessons can be a fun introduction to wheel throwing or hand building with an instructor, or they can be specific to develop a certain skill set in your development of pottery skills. These lessons are also great for wedding anniversary's or for couples date nights. Also great for kids and teens ages 8-18, or adults looking for something to do.
Throw Downs are a monthly event we host where you can try wheel throwing for the lowest price possible. $20 to start! Add $25 to keep what you make. Buy your ticket online on our website.
Membership options for adult wheel throwing have returned for those who are ready after taking a month-long wheel throwing class in the past three months. If you are ready to continue making pottery independently then register on our website to create an account. After we approve your status, log in to see the membership details. Only those who have already taken our month-long wheel class will be approved.
While Anchorage has varied on wearing masks, we feel that there have been benefits to wearing masks in the clay studio. It is a dusty art medium afterall, that can cause people to sneeze. We continue to encourage good fitting, hands-free, face masks to be worn while working with clay in the studio during classes and studio use but we are not requiring their use at this time. Thank you for helping us to stay healthy.