Take your mind off everyday life, put on an apron, and get your hands dirty. You will learn how the art of pottery works and will create your first masterpiece. Focus on yourself, your filings, and your creativity. It's a meditation-like experience with open-hearted people around you.
Gain pottery skills
I LOVE Good Dirt LA. I took their 6 week pottery boot camp and learned SO much. I love the light and airy studio space, and the staff is so helpful and inspiring. If you are looking for a great creative outlet, look no further. You learn how to throw, trim, hand build and glaze. So happy with my pieces! Sign up now.
What a great experience!! I’ve taken several courses with Good Dirt LA and learned so much. Class size is limited to 5-6 students so there is ample opportunity for individual attention. Hats off to my great instructors Carol, Kelly, Melodie and Sara who have encouraged me to continue my pottery avocation.
I had a weird experience at this studio. The owner fired my teacher in the middle of our class series without giving any of us notice, offering an explanation, or really easing the transition in any way. I felt it was handled poorly and really disrupted my experience. Heads up also that that they also don’t allow class make-ups, nor do they offer free studio time. It’s quite expensive so I was surprised to learn that if you want to come in to work or practice outside of class, you have to pay $75 per “creative time” session. I’m at The Pottery Studio (Culver City) now and I like it a lot more. There’s a much better continuity of instructors, a much larger space to work in, and best of all you have full access to the studio from 10 am to 10 pm every single day.
They don't care. This type of answer we got. So I bought a pottery class for my husband for our anniversary. Two days before the scheduled lesson, husband was informed that he had to work overtime that day. My husband contacted the workshop, explained the situation and asked to be rescheduled. Which was denied rudly, I wasted my time, $85 and ended up with ruined anniversary mood. Few words for management. Flexibility is what defines your brand.Bad, very bad dirt!
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Rules & Safety
All in-person classes at the studio are held with additional COVID-19 protocols, including cross-entrance ventilation, regular cleaning and sanitizing of studio facilities, masking, and physical distancing. Only those with paid reservations will be admitted to the studio promptly at designated class times to maintain limited capacity and avoid overlap between parties. Masks covering the nose and mouth and physical distancing are required at all times when inside the studio. We ask that all students and staff use hand sanitizer or wash your hands as soon as they enter the studio and frequently throughout their visit.