Fall Registration Dates

Continuing Students - Wednesday, August 29th, 12:00 Noon

New Students - Wednesday, September 5th, 12:00 Noon


Red Kiln offers 10 week quarterly classes for $225. Continuing students pay $200. At the beginning of the class, you'll receive 25 lbs of clay, which includes firing and glazes. Additional Bags of clay can be purchased for $27. Students are given a shelf to keep tools, supplies, and works in progress. Community tools are available for use, but purchasing a basic pottery tool kit is suggested. Red Kiln sells these for $18. Open hours for practice are available FOR CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS seven days a week. Open hours schedule varies each quarter. Red Kiln is an ADULT only facility. Students must be 18 and over to register.

The full amount of tuition must be paid at the time of registration. There are NO REFUNDS given on classes.

*To Register, please come in or call 801-484-4016

Intro to Clay 

October 13th - December 15th


Saturdays 11 - 1 p.m.

Instructor:  Alyssa Bray

Learn basic handbuilding, wheel-throwing, and glazing techniques

Beginning Wheel-throwing

October 9th through December 11th


Tuesdays  7-9 p.m. 

Instructors: BJ Gawle

Beginning Wheel Throwing skills will be covered.

Trimming, finishing pots and glazing are also taught.

Beginning Wheel-throwing II

October 10th through December 19th (No class 10/31)


Wednesdays 7-9 p.m. 

Instructor: Kyle Goldstein

Develop and enhance your Wheel skills.

Class for those potters looking to move beyond basic clay skills. 

Textures, more advanced projects and glazing will be covered.

Advanced Handbuilding

October 11 through December 20


Thursdays 7 - 9 p.m.

Instructor: The "Claydies" of Red Kiln!  Jean Ujifusa, Dawn Atkin, Linda Morrison, Monica Bodily, and Lara Carroll

The new capacity for this class is 14 students.  This is intended to be an active participation class.  It will be an "Ideas" class with 5 instructors showing and helping with 5 projects.  Please only register if you plan to come to class and learn from the instructor, rather than just use the studio space.  Intermediate to advanced experience with clay is required.