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On the heels of the popular 2020 Old Church Pottery Show virtual workshop series, The Art School at Old Church has committed to offering ongoing Online Master Classes.


Whether you're a novice looking to watch the masters at work or a proficient craftsman looking for a challenge and inspiration, check back here and follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay up-to-date on our latest offerings!

We aired our first two Online Master Classes with guest artists this spring, and we're making them available on-demand soon! These sessions will be available to purchase and view through the end of September. Be sure to check back here for more updates!

Wild Clay: Throwing, Carving, and Collaborating

with Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish of Bandana Pottery

moderated by Megan Carli, TASOC Ceramics Manager

Aired Sunday, June 6

3:00 PM-4:30 PM EDT

Fee: $40 | Registration deadline: 7:00 AM EDT, Sunday, June 6


In this masterclass, Naomi Dalglish and Michael Hunt will share the forming techniques they commonly use in their studio, from throwing off the hump to carving from a solid piece of clay and altering. There will also be discussion about using wild clay—locally, self-sourced clay—and collaborating in the studio together. 


You can learn more about Naomi and Michael and their work at

Say it with Clay: Printing on Clay to Make Multi-Media Art with a Voice

Thomas Lucas, printmaker, ceramicist, and mixed media artist


Roberto Lugo, ceramicist, social activist, and poet

moderated by Megan Carli, TASOC Ceramics Manager

Aired Saturday, April 3

11:00 AM-12:30 PM EST

Fee: $40 | Registration deadline: 7:00 AM EST, Saturday, April 3


During this hour and a half online master class, Thomas Lucas and Roberto Lugo will experiment with drawing and printing images on clay using a range of techniques, such as screen printing, relief, and lithography. They will discuss how to develop images and text and how to apply them to ceramic tiles, vessels, and sculpture and will demonstrate some overglazing techniques. These forms serve as platforms for the public voice, social activism, with strong influences rooted in hip hop, poetry, history, and politics.

Work by Thomas Lucas

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