Our latest class schedule is now available. We have an exciting lineup of new classes and teachers for both kids and adults.
Register by clicking on the class description below or by calling the Community Creative Center at 479-571-2706.
We recommend early registration as classes fill up fast!

Please note: By signing up for these classes, you give the Community Creative Center permission to use images taken during class in various publications and promotional materials.

Class registrations are nonrefundable.

Adult Wheel 101

This 4 week condensed entry-level class is designed for people with a range of experiences on the wheel. Beginner or intermediate, this class will cover all of the basics of throwing on the wheel. Ages 16 & up. Clay, glazes, and firing fees included.

Ages 16 & up

Family Pottery Wheel Class
(Ages 10 & Up)


Spend some quality time with your family while learning a new skill! Join us on Sundays and explore the basics of throwing on the pottery wheel. Clay, glazes, and firing fees included.

Stage 1 Pottery Wheel Classes

Did you take a wheel throwing class in high school and promised yourself you’d do it again? Or perhaps you’ve always wanted to try the pottery wheel but never had the chance. This entry level pottery class is designed especially for you. Clay, glazes and firing fees included. 

Ages 16 & Up

Youth Hand-Building


Learn all about the basics of working with clay without the wheel! This class is great for any young person who wants to get started working with clay. Appropriate for ages 10-15 years old. Clay, glazes, and firing fees included.



Ages 16 & Up

This class will focus on key hand building techniques including coil, pinch, slab construction, surface decorating, and glazing! Students will produce both sculptural and functional objects and use techniques to express their creativity. Clay, glazes, and firing fees included.

Stage 2 Pottery Wheel (ages 16 & up)

Ages 16 & Up

This class is for advanced wheel-throwing students. Students will polish their throwing skills and practice creating a consistent and cohesive body of work. Clay, glazes, and firing fees included.