Ceramics ( )

ICA North

Thursday, January 27
10:00 am–1:00 pm

$315 – $350

Wheel Throwing Beginner-Intermediate

This class is for various skill levels who wish to learn or improve their abilities on the pottery wheel. You will learn essential forms that may be used to make bowls, plates, mugs, vases, and other items. Those who are proficient in fundamental throwing methods such as centering, this class will concentrate on increasingly complicated shapes, glazing, and surface design approaches.

Teaching Artist
Meredith Habermann

Day of the Week
Thursdays, 10:00am – 1:00pm

January 27th, February 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, March 10th
No class March 3rd

Non member $350
General membership and above $315

Due to the new policies in ICA SD and the recent surge caused by the highly transmissible Omicron we are requiring adult students proof of vaccination the first day of classes. Please, let us know if you have any questions or concerns at 


ICA San Diego has implemented the following procedures in order to ensure optimal safety:

• Health screening and contactless temperature taking of all staff entering the Education Pavilion.

• Classes are limited to 15 students or less.

• Parents will not be permitted to stay once a student has been checked-in.

• Cloth face coverings must be worn by staff and by students at all times.

• Physical distancing of 3 feet from other children, avoiding congregating in groups.

• Hand-washing and/or sanitizing with 60% alcohol solution often and frequently.

• All parents and students required to stay home if feeling sick.

• Cleaning of common surfaces in shared environments often and frequently.

• Students will have individual bins with supplies and tables for the entire session.

• No sharing of food or materials.

• Students will not be permitted to use drinking fountains.

• Students will be allowed to bring individual snacks and a bottle of water.

• Students will be seated outside under a tent with individual tables, hats and sunscreen is recommended.

ICA San Diego  has implemented the following procedures in order to ensure optimal safety:

• ICA San Diego staff will be cleaning and sanitizing routinely before and after classes end.

• The Buildings and Grounds Team will be cleaning and disinfecting the door handles, bathrooms and high-traffic areas throughout the day.

• High-touch points and common areas will be labeled and disinfected multiple times throughout the day by the ICA staff.

Adhering to the following guidelines for schools and child care facilities:

• State of California Department of Public Health

U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)