And we have an extensive waiting list.  This is good news for us after last years pandemic caused us to close camp for a month and limit our class sizes.  However it is bad news for you if you are hoping to find something available this summer.  For future reference our camps go online in January and by May are already quite full.  So make a plan next year to sign up for your camp by April.  If you want to be placed on the  waitlist for this summer, email me at  Include the students name, age and the name of camp, the week and time that you would like to attend.

Our Fall class schedule will be online in mid July.



Our current building is being torn down to build condos so we have found a much bigger and better place.  The facility will have all of the great features that Queen City Clay has now including our kid’s studio , but with waaaaay more space.  Located just south of Pleasant Ridge, in Norwood, , this 50,000 square foot building has everything we need to grow our business. 







Here’s what the Art Workshop is all about

We specialize in teaching the principles and techniques of art.

We foster creativity and imagination in children.

We strive to create a friendly and stress free environment.

We  build confidence in our students by acceptance and encouragement.

We believe that Art History is an important part of understanding art and art appreciation.

Our hope is that when students leave here that they are excited, confident in their abilities, and eager to learn more.


Covid -19 Policies

Covid -19 Policies

We will be following the Ohio issued guidelines for Schools

  • Class sizes are reduced to 9 in the classroom and 6 in the pottery wheel studio.  This was the recommendation for our space.  All children and teachers will wear a mask at all times.
  • Children will be seated 6 feet apart and will need to remain seated throughout the class. Students will not be permitted to walk around. If you KNOW that your child can not remain seated for 1 hour or will not wear a mask voluntarily, please do not send them to our studio. We will have a zero tolerance for breaking these rules. And the student will be asked to leave the class without a refund possibility. Please understand, this is for everyone’s safety.
  • We are offering virtual art lessons as an alternative to physically sitting in the class.
  • Each student will be given their own supplies to use during the class.   We are requesting students bring a shoe box or a plastic container for this purpose.
  • When a student leaves for the day, the table and chair will be sanitized by the teacher.
  • We will not be using aprons, so campers are encouraged to wear old cloths.
  • Students will be required to wear a mask in the main studio for pottery wheel. All wheels are 6 feet apart and spread out among 2 rooms. There will be reduced class size to 6 students.  Again, supplies will not be shared. Each person will have their own set of tools, sponge and towel for the week. It will be up to them to keep them clean. There will be a thorough sanitizing process after a student leaves the wheel. As usual, the campers will clean their area and then the teacher will do the sanitizing process. We will make every effort to keep students 6 feet apart while they are watching the instructor.
  • Teachers will always wear a mask when close to the children.
  • We will have sanitizers on each table for the students use.
  • Your child’s temperature will be taken upon entering the classroom each time.

Regretfully, we must suspend classes for the rest of this year for our 3, 4 and 5 year old students.  We do not believe that it is possible to keep them truly safe in our environment.

The same is true for birthday parties and girl scout outings.  They are being suspended until 2021.

This is a hugely different kind of experience than everyone is used to at the Art Workshop. But we will do our best to conduct fun classes in the safest way possible.