Good Dirt Clay Studio

Located in Athens, Georgia, Good Dirt is a community clay studio with year-round pottery classes for adults and children and a gallery with a fine selection of work by professional artists.  If you have ever been interested in how pottery and ceramics are made, we hope you'll drop in and see us.  Our focus on community = something for everyone!

Good Dirt calendar

Our beloved students - we hope that this helps you plan out your practice times. Please note that this calendar reflects the most up-to-date information for the current week of events and lists parties, private lessons and some due dates for the business.  In other words, not every entry is a party so make sure you read the text and not just see the blue block before deciding to skip coming in.  Also, we often get last-minute bookings so be sure to check back often and before heading to the studio. At the bottom of the page, you can find a schedule for the current term for classes. Thank you and we hope this helps everyone out! Warmly, Rob & Jess

Current schedule of classes for SUMMER TERM:

***remember that we’ll have summer camps running Monday-Friday from 9am to noon and you do NOT want to be there!

(If you’re practicing during a class, please leave the front wheels free for students of the class)

SUNDAY:   2-4PM Family Try Clay Handbuilding (Usually very small)

MONDAY: 7:30-9:30PM Advanced Beg/Int Wheel Class (FULL, no free wheels)

TUESDAY: 1:30-4:00 PM Beginner Wheel (13, 1 free wheel)

7:30-9:30PM Beginner Wheel (FULL, no free wheels)

WEDNESDAY:  7-9:30PM Special Projects Sculpture (plenty of free table space)

THURSDAY: 7-9:30PM Surface on the Wheel (FULL no wheels)

FRIDAY:  7-9PM  Try Clay(Virtually always full)

SATURDAY: Only the parties and workshops noted on the calendar above.

BEST TIMES TO PRACTICE: Sunday night after 4pm or Sunday morning before 2pm; Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays between 12:30pm and 7pm, and Saturdays all day except for parties. And, you can always come during a class time as long as wheels are available and you give the front wheels to the students so they can see the teacher!