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Long before we had metal and plastic containers, communities throughout the world utilized clay to create beautiful and functional pottery. Wouldn't it be awesome to learn how to transform a hunk of mud into ceramics, just as our ancestors did for thousands of years? Come learn one of the most ancient human ancestral skills, primitive pottery!


Over this 2-day course, students will learn how to identify, locate, harvest and process natural clay and then learn to fire it in a wood fire.


The first day of class will focus on harvesting clay and building our pots. The pots will then need to dry completely before the second class day when students will learn ancient primitive firing techniques that we will transform our clay vessels into functional ceramics. 

Dates: TBA

Time: 9:00am-3:30pm

Cost: $95

Location: Earth Native Campus, SHILOH ENTRANCE, 921 Shiloh Rd, Bastrop, TX, 78602

Ages: 8-12

Please note that all youth classes are DROP-OFF classes. Parents do not attend.

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Purchase an Earth Native Klean Kanteen Bottle

Available to buy during registration - pick up at class!

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Klean Kanteen

27 oz, Stainless Steel Water Bottle with Sports Top $25

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Klean Kanteen

16 oz, TKWide Insulated Hot/Cold Beverage Bottle with Leak-Proof Cafe Cap $25


Klean Kanteen

32 oz, Insulated Wide Mouth Water Bottle with Chug Cap $45



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