Our Studio Membership Program is designed to give serious hobbyists and potters the space and flexibility in which to work on their own. In order to be considered for membership you must possess a strong basic understanding of high-fire ceramics, glazing, and studio equipment use. Members work independently and unsupervised and so both competency and self-sufficiency in these matters are of the utmost importance.


After completing the application below we will reach out to schedule an in-person interview and studio tour. We decide on applicants based on the factors above but also consider the applicant’s experience/history with pottery, their attitude & general cooperativeness, and the volume of their work. As a small studio with limited space production potters are generally not a good fit for us—as we are not able to keep up with their firing and storage needs.  If we feel the slightest bit uneasy with an applicant’s history or experience we will recommend classes as way to get to know the applicant better, as membership may be an option later on.