Keep posted for some new, exciting workshops coming in  June, July and August!

Maggie Beyeler One-Day Workshop​



A good time was had by all! 

Santa Fe's Maggie Beyeler, known far and wide for her mastery of this technique, will be coming to the TCC to share what she knows in this unique workshop!  

Participants will learn all phases of the image transfer process including: Best images for use; how-to design, print, and apply; how to fire decals onto glaze-ware; and most effective glazes to support technique. During the workshop, Maggie will demo and you will get to experiment with provided custom decals, have one-piece fired (for later pickup), and receive a digital copy of the tutorial Image Transfer with Cone 6 Glazeware.

Although geared toward the mid-range stoneware user (cone 6), all information and techniques can be applied to any other firing range. Resources are given for use with green-ware and bisque-ware as well. The workshop will conclude with an opportunity to experiment with laser-toner decals and the participant's glaze-ware (bring a piece!).

$125 / Participant

REGISTER ONLINE BELOW or CALL 575.758.2580 (please leave message if no answer)


Maggie Mae Beyeler holds an MFA in ceramics from the University of Colorado and has owned and operated Magpie Pottery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, for the last 20 years.


Lee Akins One-Day Workshop​

We'll be doing another one in the Summer. Stay tuned!

UNM Taos' ceramics department head, Lee Akins, has put together a rich single day workshop that is not to be missed. In this workshop, we will explore ways to enliven and embellish your clay work without using traditional glazing. A wide range of techniques will be introduced including slips, terra sigillata, underglazes and patinas. Students will have the opportunity to build a palate of surfaces.

 All levels welcome but some experience working with clay would be helpful.

Just $99 / Participant

REGISTER ONLINE BELOW or CALL 575.758.2580 (please leave message if no answer)

Sorry, SOLD OUT!


Lee Akins received a B.F.A. from the Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio in 1975 and a M.F.A. in Ceramics in 1986 from Southern Methodist University.  He has taught ceramics at the college level for more than 40 years. His first college pottery instructor, Jim Romberg, used raku and Lee became intrigued with the immediacy and randomness inherent in this process. Since then he has taught many classes and workshops on the raku process. His work has been featured in ceramic magazines and publications, including an article in Ceramics Monthly (August/September 2006)   Website:


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