Learn Pottery for $187, $195, or $720

Waiting in the lobby of the Honan Library yesterday to meet a friend, I noticed the course catalogs for adult ed programs in Brookline and Newton.

I found these interesting because Harvard is moving its Ceramics program to 224 Western Ave (the former Verizon building, next door to the Dunkin Donuts) from its current location in the basement of a warehouse next to Smith Field.

Moving Harvard Ceramics closer to the Allston community seems like a great opportunity for it to become more a part of the Allston community while continuing and expanding its institutional programs.

In Brookline, you can take an 8-session course for $187
In Newton, you can take an 8-session course for $195
Want to take a 12-session course at the Harvard studio in Allston? $720


  1. The Boston Bsuing/Desegregation Project and the Brighton-Allsotn Congregational Church present:
    What's Your Story? Busing and School Desegregation in Boston

    Come to a neighborhood story circle for people committed to race and class equity and access to excellence in Boston. We will engage history and your stories from the past through the present to look at how our city’s past continues to impact today’s challenges.
    Brighton Allston Congregational Church January 24th 6:00 - 9:00 pm
    404 Washington Street
    Brighton MA 02135
    Register now
    This event is a potluck. If you’re able, bring something to share! For details contact Donna Bivens at 617-830-5085, donnabivens@umnunity.org

  2. Harry, What's the deal with these comments?
    Anyhow, great observations, no way would I pay that much to play with clay (I was once an apprentice to a potter: free!)