Easthampton Clay Membership
We at Easthampton Clay believe that members are the heart of our community, bringing a creative vitality to the space.
Studio Membership / Rental Options:
(to be charged monthly automatically)
Includes designated shelf space, access to studio 24/7, once a month meeting to ask any technical questions, use of slips, glazes and all making equipment including molds, stamps, textures, etc., but does not include tools or clay.
- Month to month rentals: $150 per month (no work option)
- Rentals with a 6 month minimum lease: $125 per month
- Rentals with a 1 year lease: $100 per month
- Rentals with a 6 month lease and 2 hours per month of work: $100 per month
- Rentals with a 1 year lease and 2 hours per month of work: $75 per month
General membership costs $125 per month (depending upon which package you choose) plus a $25 key deposit. A refundable security deposit equal to one month’s membership fees, paid at the time of joining the studio, will be held against any late charges, glaze runs or other fees not paid directly by the member, and will be returned when the member leaves the studio and returns their key.
Easthampton Clay offers a white, speckled, and dark stoneware clay bodies as well as a porcelain clay body. Clay may only be purchased through the studio for $30 per bag for stoneware or $40 per bag for porcelain, but we can discuss other outside clay bodies as well. We bisque fire to cone 05 and glaze fire to cone 6 in electric kilns and have over 15 glazes to choose from.
All members are invited to participate in our monthly open studios sale and the larger spring and holiday sales in May and December. This is a great opportunity to show your work and sell it to the public.
If you would like to become a member, please contact us to make an appointment for a studio orientation. Please allow up to 2 business days for a response. All new members need an orientation and will pay in person rather than online.
Requirements: The only requirement is that you have a basic knowledge of clay and glaze, meaning no instruction is required for you to work in the studio freely.