9 Have Dabbled
Arts & DIY
You have seen the movie Ghost. This is your night.
Bring your date to the studio for 90 minutes of creative play.
Pinch, coil, and press the clay using hand-building techniques and press-molds. Try the potter's wheel if you're ready to make a mess!
Freeform workshop; light instruction when you need it, otherwise the studio is all yours. Ticket price includes admission for 2 guests.
Whether you want to work together, or in tandem on separate projects, this will be an experience to remember! Social distancing is always encouraged, and separate workstations will be available. Be together but be safe!
Materials & tools provided. Includes finishing service: smoothing, glazing & firing, to make sure your work looks really awesome!
Single-session ideas are possible; complex forms require more than one sitting. Projects will be ready for pick-up approximately 2-3 weeks after class.
Studio clothing (some materials stain), clayworking tools if you've got 'em.
Corona times- If you can, bring your own apron or workshirt, a hand towel, and your mask!
16 years or older
Basic tools, clay and glazes are yours to use.
This experience has a minimum of 1 students required to go forward. You'll be notified if it is below minimum 7 days in advance. If the minimum is not met 24 hours before the event, you’ll have the option to pay the difference for a private event amount, transfer to another date or Dabble experience, or receive a refund.Cancellation Policy
Heather McQueen Studio
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* Registration closes 24 hours before event
An artist by trade, Heather also enjoys being a musician and a cave explorer. She is known to be an excellent teacher and facilitator, and enjoys inspiring people to follow their dreams. A graduate of SAIC, Heather’s claywork has been published (“From Mud to Music”, “500 Raku”) and featured in a nationally televised promo (US Cellular).
Outside of the studio, Heather appears frequently as a visiting artist at schools, museums and other venues, mostly in the Chicago area. She has enjoyed working and traveling on 4 continents and considers wandering and sketching to be essential ingredients in her process. Heather maintains an independent ceramics workshop in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.