Maho Bay Clay Works, located on the small tropical island of St John in the US Virgin Islands, has everything you need to get creative with clay. If you are a visitor, our 2-3 hour classes for kids and adults add a creative dimension to your island experience. Our expert teaching staff makes it easy and fun. Take a break from the tropical sun to throw a pot on one of our 12 potter's wheels! Make porcelain pendants embossed with local plants and shells as a necklace that evokes your personal island memories. We have many exciting classes to choose from.

Raku in the Caribbean Workshop
Rescheduled to May 2nd - 8th

Due to a family emergency the workshop was rescheduled.  I think the timing is great as accommodations rates and airfares have come down, So please consider joining us. We have a really great workshop planned. I look forward to hearing from you.
All the best , Gail

Visiting Artist Workshops bring nationally known clay artist/teachers to our island for a week or a weekend to share their expertise, work and play alongside you for a fun and rewarding learning experience. Come work and play with "Raku Guru" Steven Branfman May 2-8, 2005.

If you already know your way around a clay studio, Open Studio times are set aside for island visitors and locals to work at your own pace without instruction. Throw a pot and then wash the clay off your skin as you swim in the warm turquoise sea.

Extended Classes for islanders from ages "8 to 80" meet once a week (mornings, evenings or weekends) for 5 weeks so you can build on your skills. Potters wheel, Sculpture, Raku, Light Sconce and Tile Making are just a few of the classes we offer.

Located within the Virgin Islands National Park, Maho Bay Camps is home to the Maho Bay Clay Works and a growing Art Center –based on energy conservation and reuse of resources. From hand blown recycled glass, to our wood burning kiln fired with old shipping palette wood, this is the perfect spot to explore the art of recycling in ceramics, glass, papermaking, textiles, and mosaics.