Fall is the perfect time
to create.

Vivid oranges and reds are nearly here! And there’s no better way to celebrate than by spending a little time making something with your own two hands. Whether it’s a gift for yourself, or someone you love, join us for Clay to Go’s no-contact Autumn offering: “Fall Into Fun!”

Email below to sign up for one or all three of the Fall Series. Each project must be completed in the month scheduled, which means it will be ready just in time for the season! Clay, supplies, firing, & all the support and encouragement you need are included in the price. Just $25!

September Registration Closed
October Registration begins September 26th

& ends September 30th.

Create your very own ceramic candle holders and jack o’ lanterns. Make them scary, cute, mystical or magical. Whatever your preference, Go Art is here to make it come to life!
We can all agree turkey is delicious. But it’s safe to say it’s all the more delicious on a beautiful platter you made yourself. Learn the in’s and outs of this simple but satisfying clay project!
It might be a bit strange to be thinking of holiday gifts and traditions already, but a little early planning never hurt anybody! Keep the ones you love in mind, and craft something splendid to cheer up your home for the holidays!

Coronavirus can’t stop our creativity! With the help of a SAGA Arts Grant, GO Art Center is able to offer discounted, no-contact “studio time,” including materials and online support from Ginger.

Thank you Spokane Arts!

welcome to

A full service private ceramic studio in Spokane, WA with a mission for community, creativity, and connection. Artist or not, there’s something for everyone at GO ART.

Founded in 2017, GO Art Center is the quiet little corner of Spokane where your creative wishes can all come true.

create something new

connect with family

get your hands dirty

See the studio schedule, get to sculpting, a live online scheduler coming soon!!

GO Art Studio is the private space that hosts the GO Art Center Art Operation. In the summer, its covered in lavender, roses, lilies and bumblebees. In the winter, its a cozy inviting shelter from the snow.

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