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Take some time to visit our studio where you can buy handmade art and goods, dig into clay, or just enjoy some time to yourself in our space.
Our studio is home to eight pottery wheels, one slab roller, and three kilns where novices and veterans alike can create pieces and expand their personal collections.
Our gallery is full of handmade art and goods that showcase the beauty and expertise of many artists, local and abroad. Our studio and shop is open Thursday 10am-6pm, Friday 11am-5pm, and Saturday 10am-1pm or by appointment.
Our classes include introductory lessons, 8-week lessons, Wine & Wheel Nights, and monthly studio space. For those looking for technique-specific learning, our workshops featuring artists from different places and walks of life may be for you.
Whether you"re looking to try something new, or refresh your skills, Mud Queen Pottery has a class for you.
Our classes range from the one-time Introductory Class to the once-a-week 8-week class. For special occasions, we also provide Wine & Wheel nights on Fridays and Saturdays. And for the experienced hobby potter, we offer a monthly fee that includes rental of shelf space and access to the studio during all open business hours.
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Mud Queen Pottery strives to cultivate a studio of new ideas, fresh learning, and differing points of view. By inviting artists from all around the world to demonstrate their techniques, we hope to deliver ceramic arts knowledge to those who seek it.Check out our Workshops page for more information.
Mud Queen Pottery, 5933 Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, PA, 17112, United States717.652.1000ugandan-news.com