Please join us Sunday afternoon, October 12th, from 12pm-5pm as we celebrate hand craft at Brookfield Craft Center. Don’t miss this opportunity to tour our beautiful campus, meet our talented instructors and visit our Gallery Gift Shop. We have many unique handcrafted items for sale made by our instructors, local artisans and artisans from around … Read moreBrookfield Craft Center Open Studio and Demo Day October 12, 12-5pm
On August 30, 2013, we lost a longtime member of the local arts community; renowned potter Jean Mann. Jean had a longstanding relationship with the Brookfield Craft Center, having taught and exhibited here on many occasions. Beloved by many Craft Center artists and students, she was very connected to the history and legacy of our … Read moreJean Mann
Hot chocolate anyone? You deserve it – sit by the fire enjoying a warm cup of cocoa! Visit our gallery before the next snowfall to get the perfect pots and mugs. We have a great range of colors this year, too. Stop by, we’ve got goodies for you!
July 11 – August 15, 6 Monday evenings, 6pm-9pm
Students will create lidded vessels with sculptural additions. Pieces will be wheel thrown or hand built depending on students prior experience. Handles and decorative elements will be added to the pieces. Each work will be unique with the student’s individual vision shining through.
Here is your chance to work in 3 different mediums in one class! In 7 weeks each student will create multiple bowls and develop a new love of mediums they may never have tried before. Hurry… space is limited to just 6 students: the registration has been extended until June 22.
This class will take advantage of the Craft Center’s gas kiln and will “high fire” stoneware and porcelain in reduction to Cone 10. All levels are welcome as students work at their own pace with instructor Sarah Bernhardt on projects of their choice in a creative studio environment.
Starts April 11: This evening class offers students a wide and wonderful sampling of ceramic techniques, a sure match for every type of artistic interest and expression. Students can expect to go home with a collection of work, and build on the basics for a rewarding, creative adventure.
Weekends not your thing? Why not try one of these evening classes that BCC is offering in the weeks ahead. After you’ve spent a day at work, treat yourself to learning the skills of a craft artist: discover mold making in ceramic and glass, or how to solder metal to create fine jewelry.
In Colorful Clay with Lisa Scroggins, wheel-thrown and handbuilt projects will be pursued. This class has an open studio feel, as projects are student-driven. Starts March 29 and runs on Tuesdays until May 17 (no class April 19) from 10a to 1p.
In this fun 4 week class, students will work on garden related projects of their choice while learning new skills in ceramics. Planters, vases, bird houses and baths, plant markers and garden sculpture are some possible projects; bring your ideas to life in stoneware. 4 Tuesday evenings, March 1 – 22, 6p – 9p.
We have a variety of classes available for everyone, beginner to expert, at Brookfield Craft Center. We want to know what interests you most so we can serve you better in the future.
Take this poll and let us know which craft medium inspires you!
With the new year underway, why not celebrate by learning something new? We have plenty of classes and workshops coming up that are geared for beginners; take a look and register online!