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Throw Clay and Create Art at Thrown Elements Pottery

There’s just something special about working with natural elements that calm the spirit and release tension. Clay is one of those materials: cool, smooth, and soothing. It can reveal the inner creativity in all of us. A half a block from your new home at Hancock Square at Arlington Station, you can encounter this experience for yourself. The staff at Thrown Elements Pottery has a passion for human artistic potential and their customers’ creativity.

Learn the Basics

Schedule classes with educators and artists at Thrown Elements Pottery to learn the basics of throwing clay and hand built pottery. Beginner classes start every eight weeks. Intermediate and advanced courses focus on combined thrown elements, altered forms, and more.

There are also classes for your teens and tweens concentrating on the expression of individuality. If you’re looking for a personal touch, schedule private lessons for singles or a group of five close friends.

Create Memories that Last a Lifetime

Make lasting memories by scheduling your next gathering at Thrown Elements Pottery. They accommodate birthday parties, corporate outings, or even just girls’ night out. The options are endless! The staff will be happy to tailor your event to your specifications.

Keep your children, ages five through 12, busy with Kid’s Camp during scheduled school closures. Young children can also enjoy time with clay. “Mud Buddies”, ages 3 through 6, is an activity held for the up and coming potters. Stories and clay project included!

Relax, Release, and Enjoy at Thrown Elements Pottery

Working with clay can soothe your cares away. Art therapy is a known form of healing and recovery. Thrown Elements Pottery welcomes those who are seeking a relaxing evening or a means of healing.

Find the heart of your creativity, prepare to get your hands dirty, and throw some clay. Have fun!


If you would like to learn more about Hancock Square at Arlington Station and the surrounding community, please contact us here. We’d love to show you around!

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