Kil'n Time with Clay Fall 2019

Mon, November 18 2019, 6:00 PM - Mon, December 16 2019, 9:00 PM [EST]

102 South 10th Street, Lafayette, Indiana, 47905, United States


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Mon, November 18 2019, 6:00 PM - Mon, December 16 2019, 9:00 PM [EST]

About the Event

Kil'n Time with Clay for Adults (21+)





November 18 - December 16

6:00 - 9:00 PM


CLASS FEE:  $125 ($112.50 with Museum Members 10% discount)

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Kil'n Time is independent studio time. It's great time to make gifts or just play in the clay. Fee includes use of all studio tools and equipment, bulk studio slips, stains, glazes, and firings. Student must purchase their own clay, under glazes, and specialty items.



Minimum: 6

Maximum: 12


Additional open studio time for current pottery students:

Wednesdays 6–9 pm

Fridays 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Saturdays 9 am–12 pm

Instructors and/or Teaching Assistants are always in the studio to help! 


PREREQUISITES: MUST be a current or past Museum pottery student. 

Please note: Potential students who have NOT taken a recent Museum pottery class should contact the instructors prior to registration. (Instructor contact info is below.)



The Museum Pottery Studio is a well-equipped workspace which includes: 


  • 12 wheels, 3 large electric kilns, 2 slab rollers, a pugmill for recycling clay, 2 extruders, and industrial air cleaners; 
  • All basic tools, materials, and supplies for all classes; 
  • A studio library which offers books, DVDs, magazines and publications.
  • Extensive storage and shelving for each student with a designated shelf for her/his on-going work and personal supplies.



Penny Kliner attended the Herron school of Art with a focus in ceramics. She has taught and/or assisted with the AMGL pottery program for the past 5 years and currently coordinates the art museum pottery program. 


For more information please contact: 


Penny Kliner


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