Continuing Pottery (P23-02)

Instructor: Roger Noble

Learn to throw the natural way, using techniques like rhythm, mechanical advantage, fingertip sensitivity, and collaring to center clay on the potter's wheel and make vases, mugs, bowls, pitchers, casseroles and much more. Complete beginners to experienced potters can gain ease and control and have fun. Gain mastery through group exercises that break throwing down to discrete skills. Receive personal instruction tailored to your skill level.  $70 Materials Fee applied at check-out.


Roger Noble learned to throw in his high school art class and at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine with famed ceramic artist Bill Dayley. Roger earned a BFA in Ceramics at Rhode Island School of Design and went on to build a wood fire kiln and studio in Shannock, Rhode Island where he made functional and art pottery for many years. More recently Roger has taught throwing at Crafts Studies in Hanover New Hampshire and works out of his own studio in Thetford Center Vermont. Roger brings his passion for pottery making and innovative throwing technique to his classes and focuses on helping aspiring and advanced potters explore their individual way with clay.