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(credit: Paul Morigi/Getty Images)


Ceramic classes are a great way to channel your inner artistry, support individual expression, spend quality time with friends or make new ones. The professional ceramic studios below are sure to help you advance your pottery skills in diverse learning formats. You can take group classes, private lessons or host a party with refreshments to accompany the night out.

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(credit: Fired Up)


Fired Up
143 Avenida Granada
San Clemente, CA 92672
(949) 498-3929
www.firedupsanclemente.com

Explore your ceramic talent at Fired Up. The studio enables parties to bring in food and their favorite beverage for a creative, festive evening with family, friends or significant others. To coordinate your own exciting party with balloons, cake, drinks or your favorite horderves, visit firedupsanclemente.com. Their motto to “Nuture your inner artist” means that “the possibilities are endless” and you will be sure to unleash your artistic side. There are also group classes provided during the week if you want to stop in.

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(credit: Jennifer Joyce Ceramic Arts)


Jennifer Joyce Ceramic Arts
131 Avenida Navarro
San Clemente, CA 92672
(949) 940-8113
www.jenniferjoyce.com

Perfect for night out, Jennifer Joyce’s studio offers workshops, private lessons and classes that include life sculpture, wheel throwing, hand building. In addition to providing ceramic instruction, Jennifer Joyce creates beautiful artistic pieces to complement decor in your home or office. The Studio is also perfect for a girls’ night out, work outing or date night. Jennifer Joyce Ceramic Arts is sure to feed the soul. Parties at the Studio combine ceramics, food and drinks for an entertaining experience for guests. Visitors can bring in their own refreshments to complement the evening.

Visit the website to find out how Jennifer Joyce can develop a custom-made piece for you.

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(credit: Yvonne R./Yelp)


Color Me Mine
2931 El Camino Real
Tustin, CA 92782
(714) 505-3975
www.tustin.colormemine.com

Color Me Mine provides several opportunities for adults to create ceramics in a fun, educational setting. You can host bridal parties, corporate gatherings, a night out with friends or a special date with a loved one at Color Me Mine and be able to take home your ceramic piece to remember the evening. The studio even gives guests an opportunity to bring in signed plates from special events to “glaze and fire for you.” Learn more about Color Me Mine’s exclusive services here.

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Muddy’s Studio
2610 S. Halladay St.
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 641-4077
www.muddysstudio.com

If you are looking for an adult ceramic class but need a variety of times and days to choose from, then Muddy’s Studio could be a great fit. Classes are offered Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the week to work around busy schedules. Some of the classes provided include hand building, wheel throwing and sculpture. If you desire more personalized instruction, then you may want to check out some of the private or small group lessons provided by seasoned artist, Kevin A. Myers.

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(credit: Noah Seelam/Getty Images)


The Ceramics Studio
31878 Del Obispo St.
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
(949) 412-9241
www.theceramicsstudio.com

Melissa Thomson, the owner of The Ceramics Studio, shares many years of education and expertise in ceramic-making with students of all ages and levels. She offers adult classes on Wednesday evenings and coordinates small training sessions so each student can receive special attention. You can get dirty while learning how to use a potter’s wheel and making new friends. To register for a class, go to the website.

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