Allied Arts Council of Pincher Creek (AAC) Studio Intentions
The Ceramics studio is meant to be an inclusive, collaborative, creative, respectful, community
space to work with and learn about clay and the pottery/ceramics process. Classes are offered to
members of the public at large and the studio is offered to the following as a way to support the
creative community as a whole and support the mandate of the organization as well as utilize the
assets of the organization to the fullest extent of its current capacity.
Have you taken a Ceramics workshop here at the Lebel? Have you been bitten by the pottery bug?
Interested in expanding your creativity on your own time?
Join our Ceramics Studio!
Who can become a Studio Participant?
Any individual over the age of 18 who has taken a ceramics class of at least 5 classes or can demonstrate they know how to use a ceramics studio sufficiently (according to the AAC) and agrees and adhere to all of the AAC’s rules and regulations regarding the studio space and the organization.
Annual Studio Fee $195.00
AAC Annual Membership $5.00
Annual Studio fees include access to the studio on your schedule, use of studio tools and equipment, shared glazes and access to a private online Studio Forum and booking calendar. Kiln Firing Fees are not included.
* Kiln Firing Fees are billed separately at the end of each Calendar Year and calculated for each participant.
More details and our comprehensive Studio User Agreement will be provided by Allied Arts Council staff at the time of registration.
Interested? Send us an email at lebelpc(at)gmail.com or call 403-627-5272 to learn more!
The Junior Ceramics Guild has been developed after six years of kids clay classes with the support of the Youth In Action Grant from The Community Foundation of Lethbridge. The goal is to allow kids ages 9+ who have attended ceramics classes at the studio in the past to access the studio in a different way, guiding each other as they learn and develop new skills with the help of Jr. Ceramics instructor Valerie Wynder.
Junior Guild Members will have the opportunity to experiment with using specific types of glazes or underglazes, and using the wheel or hand-building. Each semester will end with kids inviting family members to attend and learn as they share new skills with them.