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Danville Art League

Explore Clay at Pottery Club!

Kiln Firing Services

The Danville Art League offers kiln firing services to the general public. We can fire earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain up to Cone 10!

For rates based on size, view our Firing Fees.

An example is on the bottom of the form.

Make sure to read our Firing Terms & Conditions for more in depth information.

Then, drop off your work at DAL with a Firing Form and payment for each piece.

Hosta Leaf Fountain by Maridale and Greg Palmer


Pottery Club

 The Pottery Club was created so that our members can play like a kid again or use their imagination to design something they have always dreamed about building. 

If you don’t know anything about pottery but think it looks like a lot of fun,

we will teach you how to hand build with clay or how to throw on the wheel.

 If sculpting is something you have always dreamed of doing, we will help you each step of the way.

We meet several times a month and always on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. 

If you are an Art League member the class cost is $5.00 per session and $7.00 for

non-member. 

We have all the supplies you will need including clay, tools and glazes which you

can purchase as you need it.

 Jim Sheehan and Sue Moudy are your instructors.

Current classes include instruction, clay, glazes & firing fees. For independent students using the pottery studio, storage space is available for personal supplies. New and creative classes are added routinely, so please check back for current classes.

The Danville Art League sells 25lb units of Cone 04 white earthenware for $15. We also have a selection of glazes and tools available for purchase. For special orders of clay, glaze, oxides, tools, or other supplies contact Sue Moudy at 217-733-2506. See them at Pottery Club or leave a message at 217-442-9264.