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A Third Space

the concept of “A Third Space” designates a space of innovation and development, place for community to reorganize its activity and create rich zones of innovation and expanded learning. (Kris D. Gutiérrez, University of California, Los Angeles, USA et al, 1999)

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Hi! I'm Chris.

With over 20 year+ experience in pottery and the arts, I am confident that you will enjoy A Third Space. If you are new to pottery have a go at the Welcome Package. If you are a veteran - no problem, its only $10 for an hour for full use of the studio!

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13 Arlington Av.
St. Catharines

289-501-1967

905-397-8713

Welcome to ” A Third Space Pottery 

Beginner Classes starting Monday March 19, 2018 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. … a warm, bright studio located near the skyway in St. Catharines, Ontario. A Third Space is the perfect spot to relax, learn and enjoy the artistry of pottery, produce beautiful art and engage in conversation with friends both new and old.

Whether to work on pinch pots, slab or thrown pieces… Wedge, form, draw, shape, mold, carve, adjust, fire, glaze, Immerse yourself in a six week class and get your hands dirty, in CLAY!

A Third Space Studio:

Sturdy, hand carved, canvas covered wood tables are surrounded by a bevy of potter’s stools. Tables topped with an array of molding and etching tools, and eight pottery wheels await your turn. Shelves border the room allowing your creations to slowly dry before the scorching heat of the kiln.

Our Instructor:

Chris Hartmann brings 20+ years of pottery experience to A Third Space. Born and raised in Ridgeway, Ontario, Ms Hartmann honed her skills in studios throughout the greater Toronto and Oakville area and her passion and commitment to the ceramic arts are evident in her vision and creation of A Third Space.

Our Clay:

Clay is a natural product dug from the earth, usually in areas where streams or rivers once flowed. Pottery is not made from raw clay but from a mixture of clay and other minerals which give the clay different properties when worked with and fired. The three most common types of clay are earthenware, stoneware and kaolin. The studio is stocked with four colours; pure white, speckled white, red or black clay.

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