Studio Visit Inquiry

To set up a field trip to one of Watershed's teaching artists' studios, please fill in your information below. A teaching artist will follow up with you to make arrangements and provide a final cost estimate.
  • Liz Proffetty's Neighborhood Clay studio is located in Damariscotta, Maine and Malley Weber's Hallowell Clay Works is located in Hallowell, Maine. Please indicate if you have a preferred location for your field trip.
  • Please indicate if you are interested in a focus on hand building or wheel throwing during your studio visit. Teaching artists can work with up to twenty students during a hand building activity and can accommodate up to eight students for a wheel throwing lesson.
  • Ceramic lessons can easily connect to other areas of study such as earth science, history, or cultural studies. Please indicate any lesson themes or focuses that you would like your teaching artist to incorporate into the lesson.
  • Please share when you would like to have your studio visit (a range of dates is fine), if there is a preferred time of day, and how long you would like your visit to last. We recommend a minimum of two hours for a visit.
  • For a fee of $3 per student, teaching artists will fire student work. Please indicate your kiln firing preferences. Schools are responsible for retrieving kiln fired student work within 14 days of being notified that it is finished.
  • Please include anything else that you would like your teaching artist to know in advance.