The Pottery Club provides a clay-filled and artistic outlet for Bi-co students to learn, practice, and further their skills in pottery, namely wheel-throwing (but also depending on a student’s particular interests, may include, but is not limited to hand-building, sculpture, pottery, decoration, and firing). The club is one of the few student-run art clubs on campus, giving students the opportunity to follow their clay dreams and artistic interests in a safe, comfortable, and fun environment. If you are new to pottery or ceramics, have no fear! In order to make the club accessible to students at almost every skill level, including those who have never had any experience with pottery or have only seen a pottery wheel in the 1990 film – Ghost (featuring the late great Patrick Swayze), the club head and other members will be around and make themselves available for advice, either by appointment or at weekly times. We are located in James House, which is located conveniently behind the Gardner '83 Integrated Athletic Center (GIAC). Even if you are not into pottery or ceramics, feel free to check out James House, the student-run art house on campus. It’s a wonderful place to chill, have discussions, and find your artistic side.
Whatever your skill level, whatever your interest in pottery, we can provide the necessary materials. We have pottery wheels and clay! What more could you ask for? So please, stop on by and have some fun!
Jerome Watts will be in James House- Fridays: 3-4:30PM
Abigail Harrison will usually be in James House- Tue/Thurs/Fri: 1-3:30PM
Contact Jerome Watts if you need any instruction, advice, or assistance.