The Produce Station Pottery and Ice House Gallery offers tours of its historic spaces to groups of all ages. Tours are free of charge and are a fun way to learn about the process of making ceramic art, the techniques and equipment used and the programs offered by The Produce Station Pottery and Ice House Gallery.
Tours of the facility include a history of the The Produce Station Pottery and Ice House Gallery and its mission, and guided walks through the current exhibitions, glazing areas, studio spaces kiln room, and sales gallery. Your group will see work from various artists and gain an understanding of the process of creating and firing clay objects.
Tours can be tailored to meet your group’s needs.
Tour topics include:
- Introduction to Produce Station Pottery and Ice House Gallery: receive an overview of the Produce Station Pottery and Ice House Gallery; review the current exhibitions, see pots in the sales gallery; learn about the firing process; view artists at work in their studios
- Exhibition-focused tours: spend more time looking at and learning about the current exhibition and receive information on exhibiting artists
- Hands-On-Learn about the entire process – from wet clay to the final object
- An artist demonstration on the potter’s wheel is also available at a charge of $35 per 25-minute demonstration.