Ester Lipscomb Tiny Cabin Pottery Workshop

March 26 @ 2:00 pm 4:00 pm

Join us on Sunday, March 26th from 2:00-4:00p at our Tallulah Falls Outpost location for a Cabin Incense Holder Pottery Workshop with local potter Ester Lipscomb. Please note this is at our Tallulah Falls location in the pavilion at Tallulah Adventures and not at our downtown Clayton, Georgia location. 

Create a fun heirloom pottery piece in this engaging and interactive workshop! Join Ester and learn how to make a log cabin incense burner. Pottery will be glazed in the color of your choice and available for pickup at Wander approximately 6 weeks after class.

Tickets are $50 per person and space is limited to 20 participants. Ester’s workshops ALWAY sell out – and quickly – so if you’re interested in coming, please grab your spot soon with a ticket at the link above.

As a reminder, workshop presenters keep 100% of the profit so this is a great way opportunity to come support the local arts and walk away with a hand made piece of pottery!

Local potter Ester Lipscomb has over 20 years of experience teaching and making pottery. She has guided students from 3 to 93 in enjoying their innate creativity. Many know her as a resident potter at Mark of the Potter and have seen her work at art shows in Atlanta, Asheville, Macon, Athens and more. She will show you the proper techniques for making a piece of pottery to last, no experience necessary. If you have always wanted to try clay this is an afternoon you won’t want to miss. The instructor will provide clay, tools and everything you need.

Work will be glazed and fired by the instructor and will be available for pickup at our Tallulah Falls location approximately 6 weeks after class. Shipping is available for an additional charge.

Food and drink will be available to purchase at Edge Cafe.

***UNFORTUNATELY, we can not offer returns or refunds for workshops as the presenter gets paid up front and refunding after the fact means we eat the lost money. We hate to be so blunt but this happens consistently creating a ton of extra work that often costs us money. Since the presenter is keeping 100% of the ticket cost, please make sure you are only purchasing a ticket if you are sure you can make it.***


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