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Braddock Carnegie Library

A National Historic Landmark

Bathhouse Ceramics Studio


OPEN STUDIO

Tuesday and Thursdays 5:30-9:30pm, Saturdays 10am-2pm


Ages 16 and up. Open studio is ideal for those who want to work independently or learn and experiment with how to work and create with clay. Utilize all of the resources of the studio to learn to produce ceramic items ranging from cups to sculptures. A ceramic technician is always available to help. All skill levels are welcome.


Pricing: studio fee: free for 15104 residents and Americorps Members or $10/visit, $25 for 3 sessions or $50 for 8 sessions. supply fee: .75 cents per pound of finished work


CLAY KIDS

Ages 6-15. Saturdays 2:30-4pm


Spark your imagination! This is a place to think wild and to make it happen. You will learn a full process of working with clay, explore creative ideas, learn technical skills and take a project from start to finish. Parents encouraged to join. Free



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WORKSHOPS + CLASSES

Inquire about our ongoing public workshops or arrange private classes with the Shop Manager at [email protected] Public classes and workshops happen periodically in the studio. Please check the BCLA calendar for updated schedules. If you would like to host or schedule a specific workshop/class in the studio please be in touch with us.

pricing: Pricing determined per event


BIRTHDAY PARTIES, HOLIDAY PARTIES, TEAM BUILDING PARTIES...ANY KIND OF PARTY, PARTY ON!

Scheduled as requested 

Celebrate and collaborate in a creative way. The Braddock Carnegie Library is happy to

customize a party just for you. Make group t-shirts, or pottery, or have a library after-dark party. Let us know your dreams and we will make them happen.

Pricing: tbd based on event


OUT OF SCHOOL TIME

Scheduled as requested 

A continuum of curricula has been developed to teach the creative, maker, and marketable skills of ceramic arts while focusing on the experiential learning of entrepreneurship, professional and resource development skills. Your organization can request a mission focused workshop or series of programs that utilize the Bathhouse Ceramic Shop. $tbd