Round Rock Community Clay is locally owned and is run by Emily Adams. It offers monthly memberships, event hosting, and one-time and monthly classes for all ages and skill levels. The 3,000-square-foot facility caters to professional and hobby potters alike with building tables and pottery wheels. During the Aug. 6 grand opening event held from 9 a.m.-9 p.m., attendees will be able to try free hand-building projects and take a spin on the pottery wheels. The event will also include provided snacks, refreshments, face painting and art projects, according to Adams.
Round Rock Community clay was created because hobby potters and professional ceramicists are seeking a flexible and affordable workspace that is dedicated to ceramics in our community.
RRCC is set up as a communal pottery studio, where members and students can enjoy using top of the line pottery studio equipment in our brand new facility.
One time and monthly classes for all ages and skill levels are offered.
Located on beautiful brushy creek, the namesake “Round Rock” is a short walk behind our studio.