Q. Will their pieces be safe to eat on and drink out of once complete?
A. Yes! We only use health-approved clay and glaze materials.
Q. When will my child’s artwork be ready?
A. All work goes through two kiln firings. The first is a bisque firing. The second is a glaze firing, making the pottery safe for food and drinks. Because of this long process, the students’ work will take approximately four weeks before they are ready to be picked up.
Q. What happens if my child’s artwork gets damaged at the studio?
A. Unfortunately, due to the nature of clay, things happen during the drying process and/or in the kiln that are beyond our control. We care very much about your children’s work and if it becomes damaged, we’ll try our best to fix it. However, we make no guarantees that the item will be restored.
Q. What happens to my child’s pieces if we forget to pick them up?
A. We hold onto artwork for 45 days. After that point, they’ll be given to charity. Thank you for understanding, as we have limited storage space!
Q. What about COVID safety?
A. For now, our kids classes are limited to 4 students at a time. These classes are held outdoors where we are able to maintain a minimum of 6′ of distance between each student and each student has their own workstation. All students and teachers are required to wear a mask covering the mouth and nose for the entire duration of the class, but we also have a safe spot for kids to step away from the group to have a drink of water or take a breather from their mask if they need to do so. Handwashing stations, hand sanitizer, and hospital-grade disinfectant are provided for keeping hands, tools, and workstations clean!