Take a class at Fuller Craft Museum! Located on Porter’s Pond and surrounded by over 700 acres of scenic woodland territory, Fuller Craft feels like a retreat from the everyday, where you can free your mind to explore the depths of your own creativity and improve your skills.
For adults, we specialize in basic studio classes like throwing pottery on a wheel and unique classes like Jewelry Making, and Ukrainian Egg decorating that you won’t find just anywhere. We strive to bring you high quality, transformative learning experiences with talented and dynamic instructors. We also offer youth classes and workshops that aim to expand and encourage creativity and exploration.
Generous Gift Renovates Ceramic Studio B
Fuller Craft would like to thank the Joan Pearson Watkins Estate for funding renovations to the ceramic studio. The upgrades increase our capacity to serve more students and provide a richer learning experience. The gift was inspired by Joan’s commitment to the arts and her own work as an artist. We are thrilled to highlight some of her pieces (on view in Studio B) created between 1940 and 1960, as well as works of craft she collected with her husband C. Malcolm Watkins, former Curator of American Everyday Life at the Smithsonian and the first Curator of Old Sturbridge Village.
Learn more about the specific improvements in the video below.
Registration & Refund Info
Registration is not complete and spaces cannot be held until tuition is paid in full. A 75% tuition refund will be given on withdrawals made two or more weeks before start date of workshop. No reimbursement will be given for withdrawals within two weeks prior to start date of workshop. A student missing a regularly scheduled course will not receive a refund. Courses not held due to inclement weather or instructor’s absence will be rescheduled by extending the course. Fuller Craft Museum reserves the right to cancel any workshop with 48 hours notice to enrolled participants.