Now on exhibit in our gallery windows: Recent Work by JIMMY & ANGELA CLARK

Jack Troy

6SCS hosts Master Potter in April

World renowned Master Potter, Jack Troy will lead workshops and exhibit his work in April at our little studio!

Friday April 11th- 7-9pm Throwing in Series (members only $20)

Saturday April 12th- 10am-2pm Manipulating and Adding to the Form ($50, members $5 off)

Saturday April 12th 5-7pm Reception

Dates for 2014 6S ART CAMP are now online!! 

MLKDay of Service.

With the help of the Unitarian Society of Germantown, 40 volunteers came and made bowls in preparation for this fall's Empty Bowl Benefit, supporting NPIHN programming for homeless families in our neighborhood. Big thank you to everyone who helped make this day's event a creative and enjoyable one!

 

JOIN US FEBRUARY 16 12noon for GLAZING the beautiful bowls we made! A small donation requested.

Our new outdoor kickwheel is in!

Throw to your hearts content surrounded by the wild beauty of our backyard garden of mint, butterfly bushes and squash vines! Minimal clean up (for obvious reasons) and maximum zen.

DROP IN option: take a class or two without a committment or membership: $30

call the studio to set up your first time: 267-650-1757

Associate Guild Membership added: upon joining the studio, all are welcome to consider joining the guild as an Associate Guild Member. This membership can be obtained, after review by guild,  by paying $100/year and signing up for a once-a-month job helping to keep the studio clean and organized. Associate Guild Members are invited to monthly guild meetings, can have their pieces fired in the studio kilns ($50/firing) are invited to participate in guild gallery shows, and are invited to teach classes at the studio.

now offering -- Private Lessons!!

Learn the skills you've been wishing for

with a patient, talented teacher.

$50/hr. Call to schedule a lesson. 267-650-1757

 

a collaborative clay studio

Inside the studio are a row of potter's wheels, canvas-covered tables for handbuilding and an area for glazing.
A plethora of shelves are organized intuitively enough for you to find everything you'll need for a day with clay. Tools and equipment are at the ready and a teacher or guild member is there to help you find your way. We offer electric, raku and smoke firings. Gas firings will begin in the next year.
Clean surfaces for drawing, papermaking, print-making, etc. are availalbe for those who want the community, the sunny space, but not so much of the dirt.
Outside is a woodworking bench and a well-stocked tool shed. Safety equipment and guidance by a teacher are required for the use of power tools. The garden area will be available for planting next spring.

a multifaceted art studio

Six Senses is a bright, sunlit studio with a jungle of a big back yard.
It is a warm, welcoming environment where your creative juices can't help but flow.

 

Accompanied by other artists and art students, sometimes buzzing with lively conversation and humming with activity, at other times empty enough to hear the silence or fill it with soft music, there is no hint of a lonely dark basement in this studio. The indoor and outdoor space is roomy enough to spread out, lively enough to feel inspired, friendly enough to rub elbows with a smile, homey enough to curl up comfortably with a cup of tea and a friend.

Welcome to our community!

 

Where to Find Us:

Six Senses
collaborative clay studio

(side entrance)

20 E Mt. Airy Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119


Phone:

267-650-1757

 

Studio hours:

Sundays 1-5pm.
Mondays 3:30-6pm
Tuesdays
Wednesdays 7-9pm

Thursdays 9am-6pm

Fridays 1-2:30
Saturdays 11-2:30pm