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Bughouse Studio: New Pottery and Clay Studio in Skokie

Update: High School aged kids who have no school on Friday 11/11 can throw clay from noon – 4 PM. $10. 


We at Bughouse Studio believe in putting a new “bug” in Art. Bughouse Studio is a fresh, contemporary environment that inspires creativity, ensures high-quality work production, displays artwork and guarantees fun.

Offering a variety of classes to artists of all ages, Bughouse Studio provides instruction that couples unparalleled expertise with high-flying enthusiasm to foster success in each independent artist. Escape the pesty notions that art has to look a certain way and come to our house – Bughouse Studio!

Registration is onging. If you want to jump in mid-session, we won’t let that stop us!  Just let us know when you’re coming and we’ll pro-rate it.

After School Pottery
The After School Clay Crew will run as a continual course, so it does not follow our Fall, Winter, Spring schedule.  Sign up when it is convenient for you to start and continue for 8 consecutive weeks!  It will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:00-5:45, so you pick your day and we will see you on that day for 8 weeks!

Introducing Clay and Cocktails!  

This is the only event where it is appropriate to get behind the wheel and drink!  This event will be held the last Friday of every month from 7:30-9:30 PM.  Our next one is Friday, November 25th!  Register today!  

 

 

 

WINTER TERM I: November 28- December 24, January 2- January 28
WINTER TERM II: January 30- March 24

SPRING TERM I: April 2- May 26
SUMMER TERM I: June 4- July 28

For more on courses offered, click here. Classes include Mom & Tot Clay, toddler clay classes, and open studio for the serious potter. Outside work can be fired at the studio for an additional fee.

Bughouse Studio is located at 4845 Oakton Street, Skokie, IL 60077
Hours: Monday-Friday 11:00 AM- 9:00 PM.
Saturday 8:00 AM-12:00 PM; Open from 12:00 PM-4:30 PM for birthday parties!
Sunday: Pottery and clay Birthday Parties Upon Request

 Facebook Page here. 

* Full disclosure, this is an unpaid advertisement because the editor of Chicago Art Magazine is practically living in the space and taking her kids there all the time.