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OSCA Pottery Studio

OSCA Pottery Studio

We provide private pottery lessons, seasonal pottery studio memberships, wheel throwing, beginner pottery, preschool classes, children's classes, and youth classes. See our Spring 2019 Pottery program offerings below. 

Pottery Studio schedule

Featured Programs:

Adult Beginner Pottery *NEW* 

Thursdays 6:30-9:00 pm

April 11 - June 20

$364 PTABSP19 (11 weeks)

This class provides a hands on introduction to the potter's wheel. The focus is on basic skills such as wedging, learning to center clay on the wheel, throwing simple forms, trimming and glazing techniques. Some hand building techniques will also be introduced to complete pieces thrown on the wheel.

Instructor: Jocelyn Jenkins

 

Beyond Beginner: Lids, Spouts and Handles

Tuesdays 6:15-8:45 pm

April 9 - June 18

$440 PTBBSP19 (11 weeks)

Design and integrate lids, spouts and handles into your wheel thrown pots.  We will work on lidded vessels, jugs, mugs and teapots.

Instructor: Carolynne Pynn-Trudeau 

 

Private Pottery Lessons

If you are interested in private/semiprivate pottery lessons or a special event, please contact us at oscaprograms [AT] oldottawasouth [DOT] ca

 

Pottery Studio Hours

Complete studio hours are posted in the pottery studio. The studio is available for members to use when there are no classes in the pottery studio. Studio hours will be posted in the studio. As much notice as possible will be given when special classes are to be held outside scheduled hours. Memberships are available to those with previous pottery experience. Membership includes a storage shelf, use of pottery facilities, equipment, glaze materials, and all firing.

 

Our Pottery Technician

Jocelyn Jenkins is the studio technician here at the Firehall and also teaches a variety of classes and camps with OSCA. She is a fixture at the Firehall Pottery Studio where she has shared her love of clay with people of all ages for many years. Jocelyn creates whimsical projects that challenge her classes to pour themselves into their work. Jocelyn is also a functional potter whose work can be seen several times a year in shows and sales in the area. Through her work she attempts to forge a connection with her audience.  

Save the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre

Ottawa residents are organizing to save a government agency set up to help citizens fight big developers at the Ontario Municipal Board.

The Ontario government set up the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre in 2018 to help residents navigate bureaucracy and legislation involved in appealing municipal zoning decisions at the Ontario Municipal Board.
In its nine month existence, it handled 570 requests from 168 different communities about zoning appeal issues.
Then, on February 21, without fanfare or even a formal announcement, Ontario Attorney General Caroline Mulroney told the centre’s director that she and her staff were being let go.
“This action dealt a blow to citizens across the province who may not be able to exercise their rights effectively without the advice [the centre was] set up to provide,” said Paul Johanis, chair of the Greenspace Alliance of Canada’s Capital.
The Greenspace Alliance has set up an online petition to urge the Attorney General to reinstate the centre’s staff and keep the LPA Support Centre open.

Minutes - SWOOS Meeting November 21, 2018

Senior Watch Old Ottawa South (SWOOS)
Committee Meeting November 21, 2018 7pm Firehall
Chair: Barbara Brown

Members: Anna Cuylits, Barbara Brown, Catherine Read, Christine Franklin, Niki Divito
Regrets: Fran Mowbray, Maura Giuliani, Helen Lynn,Tracey Morey, Carina Bleuer
Guests: Bryden Denyes, Richard Slowikowski, Colton Parsons

1. Guests were introduced and welcomed. Bryden Denyes is area manager with the City's Road Services, responsible for winter maintenance for Old Ottawa South (OOS). Richard Slowikowski is board President of the Old Ottawa South Community Association (OSCA). Colton Parson is a new OOS resident and father of a young child.
 
2. Agenda was approved following agreement that item 4 concerning winter walkability would be addressed first.

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