Clay to Go No-Contact Projects
Enjoy creating in your own home!
We have two offerings in the new year
Zoom Clay Parties
For groups of all levels and all creative experience
4 people or more can get together for a ceramic Zoom party hosted by GO Art Center. Pick up supplies at the curb, then take them back to your place for your scheduled clay date. Just add party treats!
Great for birthdays, family time, or no reason at all.
Cost: Set per person by email inquiry.
Limited Monthly availability, Reserve in Advance
*Includes clay & glaze supplies, firing & guidance throughout the project
Virtual Studio Time
For Intermediate to Experienced
This offering is all about the laughs, & working together, sharing ideas & creative energy! Work on your own projects together with other artists during twice weekly Zoom studio time.
Great for practicing and aspiring artists, or regular clay “dabblers”
Cost: Email for details.
*Includes clay & glaze supplies, access to regular kiln firing, email Q&A, & Zoom Fun!
Please email email@example.com for inquiries
Virtual Gift Certificates are available! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries so that we can fulfill your gift card request!
GO Art Center is a community centered project that seeks to make access to ceramics both easy and fun for folks in the Spokane area.
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
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.
a few reviews
“Today I spent over 4 hours with Ginger as she taught me a new art form. I’ve always wanted to get my hands into clay & finally did it. Ginger is a great teacher & guided me every step of the way… thank you for sharing your love of creating something beautiful.”
“Ginger is a wonderful teacher and makes it simple, fun & non-threatening.”
“What a relief to have someone in town who not only knows the ceramic process ins and outs, but is willing to share that knowledge! … Thanks Ginger for awakening my sleeping sculptor! Can’t wait to learn so much from you!”