Firepit Ceramics Open Studio | Open Studio In Austin, TX http://www.firepitceramics.com/open-studio Open Studio time is available to adults ages 14 and up who want to work on ceramics independently. This gives you free reign of the 10 wheels, slab roller, and tools as you want. We always have someone on staff supervising during open studio time, but they are not necessarily available to give you specific instruction
Corporate Event Ideas Austin | Host Your Business Party At Firepit Ceramics http://www.firepitceramics.com/book-your-next-event Are you looking to have a fun, shared experience outside the workplace? Increase productivity while exercising creativity and book your next Corporate Team-Building Event at FirePit Ceramics.
Birthday Party Austin | Birthday Parties at Firepit Ceramics in Austin, Texas http://www.firepitceramics.com/book-your-next-event At FirePit Ceramics, we like to celebrate! Come celebrate your birthday with us, whether you’re eight or 88. more / less We offer several different party packages depending on what kind of party you want to have. Paint-Your-Own Party All ages $20 per guest 2 hours of party time Choice of bisque piece up to $12 (may be reserved ahead of time) Commemorative tile with birthday honoree’s name and signed by guests Hand-building Honors Ages 4 and up $25 per guest 2 hours of party time Party guests will either pinch, coil, slab build, or sculpt a projects out of clay (dependent on honoree’s choice of projects) Guests will paint their finished pieces Commemorative tile with birthday honoree’s name and signed by guests Birthday Throwing Ages 10 and up $30 per guest 2 hours of party time Party guests will learn the basic techniques of the potter’s wheel and each guest will come away with at least one pieces to paint Commemorative tile with birthday honoree’s name and signed by guests Visit: http://www.firepitceramics.com/book-your-next-event to learn more
How To Make A Ceramic Bowl http://www.firepitceramics.com/one-time-pottery-classes Want to learn how to make a ceramic bowl? Austin, Texas Potter Terra at FIREPIT CERAMICS studio uses a Potter’s Wheel to show a young customer how she throws a bowl