Sip & Ceramics: Just Let it Grow

Celebrate spring by making a pot for your houseplants!

Sip wine & craft a new home for your spring plants!


  • April 22 | 6-9:00 PM | MAKE
  • April 29 | 6-8:00 PM | GLAZE
  • May 6 |  6-7:00 PM | PLANT

As we move slowly move towards longer days and warmer winds, let us celebrate things that grow! In this workshop, participants will focus on ceramic pots that hold plants. By using a variety of techniques & soft slab construction, students will make pots and vessels for houseplants and succulents. Options include, but are not limited to tabletop or hanging planters, wall pockets or funky pots with personality - consider adding a face to your pot and letting the new plant act as an ever-growing hairdo.  Add a little life and color to a sunny spot in your house. Grab a friend! Bring your Mom! Drink some wine and create something with purpose.

Session 3 will be a short, optional class offered to come in, see everyone's projects and plant a succulent in one of your newly finished pieces. Students can expect to make 1-4 pieces during class: depending on how you use your time - some people love to add a lot of detail to one, well-crafted piece, while others enjoy taking a more simplistic approach but making multiple projects.

Workshop series includes instruction/demonstration, examples, clay, glaze, tools, kiln firing, plants, soil, and wine!

About the Instructor: Brooke Noble

Brooke Noble received her B.F.A. from Syracuse University and attended Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois for her M.F.A. Between degrees, she was a resident artist at three studio art centers: Vermont Clay Studio, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, (CO) and Bluseed Studios of Saranac Lake, NY. Ceramics has taken Noble to many destinations both nationally and internationally. Highlights for her include kiln-building at Good Hope Plantation in Jamaica and Studying Abroad in Oaxaca State, Mexico during Graduate School. Brooke's work has been exhibited in many reputable galleries nationwide and published in a handful of books and periodicals. In addition, she enjoys teaching classes and workshops to both adults and children in the Adirondack communities of Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, NY.

Adult Workshop Refund Policy

  • Contact us at least 6 days before the course date, and we will refund the cost of the workshop minus a 15% enrollment fee.
  • Contact us 5 days or less before the course date (within the week of the course), and we will offer class credit for a future workshop.
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The Lake Placid Center for the Arts is a year-round performing and visual Arts Facility.  Located in the Adirondack Park of Northern New York, the LPCA consistently presents arts of the highest caliber in music, dance and theatre performances, film exhibitions and visual arts presentations. 

In addition, the Arts Center provides special arts-in education programs, workshops and residencies for aspiring and renowned artists.

The Arts Center is the home of the Lake Placid School of Ballet, LPCA Children's Theatre, Community Theatre Players, as well as the Summer home of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta.

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