14 local ceramic makers + where to make your own in Birmingham

Some people marvel at food or cars. I marvel at locally made art! Photo via Mudtown Pottery’s Facebook

Here at Bham Now, we’re all about supporting local businesses and makers. Since many of us are looking to revamp our spaces, why not start with handmade dishware, ceramics and pottery? Check out these 14 local makers throwing it down on the potter’s wheel to bring us beautiful ceramics.

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Ceramic Sculpture with Nada Boner

Nada Boner is a Birmingham artist creating organic ceramic sculpture. Her current work, based on natural forms, is unique and imaginative. In this six-week workshop, participants will learn to bring clay forms to life through the art of hand-building.

All skill levels welcome!
Ages 16+
Cost $210 for six classes
Supplies are included.

Art in the Making: Clay Workshop with Carolyn Wass

Art in the Making for adults 55 and better returns with an 8 week Clay Workshop taught by local artist Carolyn Wass!

Participants will have the freedom to create and learn about what interests them, at their own pace. Carolyn Wass will help you make functional and/or decorative objects, practice hand-building, wheel-throwing, glazing, and more.

Classes meet Tuesdays from 10:00am to 12:00pm beginning February 26 and ending April 16.

Cost: $35 per class/$280 total
Supplies included.