Terms and Conditions

Pottery Classes: 

Tuition includes one class once a week 2.5 hours long with 2 hours of instruction and 30 minutes to clean, clay, glazes, and open studio time. Students must sign in for open studio time. The open studio hours are subject to change without notice. All registration sales are final; no refunds or credits will be issued once a course has begun. Fees may not be transferred to another semester. While refunds are not available if cancellations are made within 7 days of a course start date, one half of the course fee will be held as credit to your account for future course registrations (expires after 6 months). ClayHouse Brooklyn is not responsible for providing make-up classes or issuing reimbursements for classes changed or missed due to illness, emergency and weather closings, substitute teachers, or other events beyond our control. Students will be allowed to make-up missed classes within the 8 week semester only. ClayHouse Brooklyn reserves the right to exclude from class anyone who fails to abide by the studio’s rules and practices. ClayHouse Brooklyn is not liable for damage or loss of ceramic work or personal property. All classes are subject to change or cancellation. The student agrees, at all times, to indemnify, protect and save harmless The Painted Pot from and against any and all losses, damages, suits, claims, demands, costs, illnesses, injuries, and charges which The Painted Pot may directly or indirectly suffer , sustain or be subjected to, by, or on account of the student’s entry upon, occupancy, or use of ClayHouse studio; or the student’s conduct in ClayHouse/The Painted Pot studio-whether such losses or damages are sustained by ClayHouse/The Painted Pot directly, or by other persons or entities (including employees of ClayHouse/The Painted Pot), who may seek to hold The Painted Pot liable. This indemnification shall not apply to instances attributable to the gross negligence or willful misconduct of ClayHouse. When registering for a class at ClayHouse Brooklyn by phone and/or by signing this statement, the student accepts ClayHouse/The Painted Pot’s policies and guidelines. All registration sales are final; no refunds or credits will be issued.

Want to learn more?
As a sister company of the Painted Pot, Clayhouse Brooklyn has offered pottery wheel classes since 1998. All classes are small and intimate and are taught by accomplished artists and instructors in a clean and bright studio, and located in all three Painted Pot locations.