POT Guest Artist Workshop Submission Form
We're opening our doors to guest artists to teach pottery workshops at POT, to offer our community variety outside of our normal class programming.  We invite you to teach workshops based on your personal art practice.

What we offer:

For ceramics workshops, guest artists keep 50% of ticket proceeds
For non-ceramics workshops, guest artists keep 70% of proceeds
Workshops can be 2-4 hours long
Workshops can be 1-2 days either back to back or week to week.
For workshops of 15-20 signups, we provide a TA at no extra cost to you

Guest artists can name the price of their workshop, with some flexibility based on our general pricing (we don't like to charge as much as some places do, but want everyone adequately reimbursed)

Ceramics workshops:
Class size can be 10-20 people for Handbuilding workshops
Class size can be up to 12 people for Wheel Throwing workshops
We will provide all the tools, materials, and glazes
We will do all the firing and bagging
 
Non-ceramics workshops:
Class size can be up to 24
Subject matters very flexible

Our promotional policy:
We will promote the workshop on our social media and our newsletter as well as make an original digital flyer but you will have to provide promotional files (demo photos or video footage)
All promo materials must be submitted at least 3 weeks before the scheduled class.
You will be required to also promote the event at least twice. (With the amount of classes we offer its easy for post to get lost. We noticed even if you don't have a big following, teachers who also promote their own workshops have a higher turnout then those who only rely on us posting.)

We look forward to receiving your submissions!
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Name & Pronouns *
Email Address *
Phone Number
Explain in 1-4 sentences what this workshop focuses on. Include a brief sentence about you, the artist.
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Will you be visiting from out of town or local to LA?
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