Weekly Adult Classes

Learn to make jewelry, pottery, and more. Whether it's your first time trying art or you've made art before, we welcome you to join us. Space is limited, so register now! Check back often for new classes, or join our mailing list.

Weekly Adult Classes

Scholarships available. Click here to find out more.

Instructors

Lexie Koch

Lexie Koch is a craftsperson currently pursuing pinched, functional ceramics in Columbia, North Carolina. Originally from Reading, Pennsylvania, she received her BFA in Crafts with a focus in Ceramics (and…

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Eric Burris

Eric has been making things out of metal and teaching others how to do the same for over twenty years. He is currently the Metals Studio Coordinator at Pocosin Arts…

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Tom Ellis

Tom Ellis began his 34 year career in enameling at the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, North Carolina in 1974 and eventually became the resident enamelist. He taught…

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Chelsea Van Voorhis

Chelsea Van Voorhis is a visual artist and woodworker that uses a traditional medium of wood veneer to create non-traditional pieces with strong social and political commentary surrounding the female…

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Bill Walker

Lonesome Bill Walker (he/him/his) is a sculpture artist and the assistant curator and community outreach specialist for the artist-run community space Tooth + Nail Studio in Milwaukee, WI. A multidisciplinary artist, Walker works…

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The James C. Hook Scholarship for Tyrrell County Residents

Pocosin Arts believes that the arts should be accessible to everyone, and strives to provide art education opportunities to its community. The James C. Hook Scholarship offers Tyrrell county residents half to full tuition scholarships to any workshop at Pocosin Arts. Please call (252) 796-2787 or email info@pocosinarts.org to request an application or click this link to fill out an online form.

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