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private group workshops


Looking for a fun group experience? We offer private group workshops on wheel throwing and handbuilding!

Our studio is an intimate, casual space with 8 wheels for throwing, 4 worktables for handbuilding, a slab roller, and all the handtools, clay, underglaze, and glaze that you will need. A WCS Resident or owner will guide your group through a fun workshop and fire/glaze your projects so you have something to remember the day by!



2 hour use of the space for $250 ($50 per additional hour) plus the following price/participant rates:

Groups of 4-8: $25/participant 

Groups of 9 or more: $45/participant 

25% non-refundable deposit is expected within 2 days of written agreement. Remainder is due upon start of workshop.

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The instructors

Gabs Conway

Long-term WFCS Resident

Gabs Conway was born in the Midwest but grew up in Missoula, MT. Gabs obtained her BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Ceramics at the University of Wisconsin - Stout. 


Bruce Kitts

WFCS Co-Owner

Bruce Kitts was born and raised in Central Illinois where he received his BFA from SIU at Carbondale in 2009 that followed up with a two year residency at Terra Incognito in Oak Park, Illinois. He received his MA from EIU in 2012. As a member of the Illinois Artisan Program, his work has been displayed in various galleries and museums throughout Illinois. In 2015, Bruce left for the west coast where he was a studio tech and artist in resident at the Mendocino Art Center. Since then, his work has been displayed in several nationally juried exhibitions. In 2017, Bruce moved to Helena, MT to work as a studio potter and currently resides in Missoula, MT.


Maya Moen

Long-term WFCS Resident

Maya Moen, has fostered her passion for ceramics and the ceramic community since 2013. Maya is a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design BFA program and has also spent a year as a studio resident working with students and faculty at the University of Montana, Missoula.


Lindsey Tucker

WFCS Co-Owner

I am an Idaho-born Missoulian with a passion for community-building via the arts. My art-making is currently focused on functional ceramic wares (mostly cups and earrings). 

My professional background is 20 years of hybrid positions in food/ beverage/hospitality, teaching, and the arts. When not making in or working for the Studio, I like to cook/dine with my loved ones, chat with my brewery folks and B&B guests, put on music & food events, and enjoy the outdoors.

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