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September 16 - 25

November 18 - December 18

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The Lion in Winter Sep 16 - Sep 25 LEARN MORE
White Christmas Nov 18 - Dec 18 LEARN MORE
Something Rotten! The Musical Mar 24 - Apr 02 LEARN MORE
Murdered to Death Jul 14 - Jul 30 LEARN MORE
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You'll have a fairy good time!

October 7 - 23

Elves got talent!

December 2 - 18

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Figaro for Kids Oct 01 - Oct 02 LEARN MORE
Nick Tickle, Fairy Tale Detective Oct 07 - Oct 23 LEARN MORE
North Pole's Got Talent & The Great North Pole Bake-Off Dec 02 - Dec 18 LEARN MORE
Disney's The Descendants Feb 17 - Mar 05 LEARN MORE
Little Red Robin Hood May 05 - May 21 LEARN MORE
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Phipps Fest

The Sounds of California. August 20 at 7:30 p.m.

A 5-piece swinging band. August 27 at 7:30 p.m.

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Phipps Fest '22 Sep 17 LEARN MORE
California Songbook Unplugged Aug 20 LEARN MORE
Miss Myra and the Moonshiners Aug 27 LEARN MORE
Shaun Johnson’s Big Band Experience Oct 08 LEARN MORE
Martín-Melitón Piano Duo Oct 29 LEARN MORE
Nosferatu, A Symphony of Terror Oct 30 LEARN MORE
Johnny Meyer and Friends Nov 05 LEARN MORE
The Phipps Festival Chorus Holiday Concert Dec 03 - Dec 04 LEARN MORE
A Brass and Organ Holiday Dec 20 LEARN MORE
St. Croix Valley Opera’s Holiday Cabaret Dec 22 LEARN MORE
Colleen Raye’s Swingin’ and Rockin’ in the New Year Dec 31 LEARN MORE
Girls Night Out Jan 14 LEARN MORE
An Evening with Ella Jan 28 LEARN MORE
A Billy Joel State of Mind May 06 LEARN MORE
The Music of Adele May 13 LEARN MORE
TCGMC Chamber Singers and OutLoud! Ensemble Jun 04 LEARN MORE
Charanga Tropical Jun 17 LEARN MORE
The Good, The Bad, and The Funky Jun 23 LEARN MORE

Ceramics Studio

Ceramics Studio

The Phipps Ceramics Studio offers opportunities for all ages and skill levels to work with clay. Every fall, winter and spring, the schedule includes pottery on the wheel classes for teens and adults, open studio access for artists to work independently and workshops focused on specific techniques. We also host private groups and, throughout Summer Arts Camp, offer dozens of classes for children ages 4 and up.

Pottery On The Wheel 3

Open Studio

Ages 18 and older

September 19 – November 11

Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Wednesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Fee: $149

Open studio is available to adults who want to practice their wheel throwing and hand-building skills. Participants must have taken an 8-week ceramics course at the Phipps within the last 3 years or seek special permission from the Studio Manager, no instruction will be provided during this 8-week session. Participants will receive 10 hours of studio access per week, one 25lb bag of clay, access to pottery wheels, clay tools, kiln firing and glazes (additional bags of clay can be purchased for $20 each). Studio participants must sign up for timeslots on a weekly basis in order to secure a wheel to work on.


Class size is limited to eight.

Pottery Class 500 x 300

Beginning/Intermediate Pottery on the Wheel

Ages 14 through adult

Eight Tuesdays, September 20 – November 8

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Fee: $229

Beginning participants will learn basic techniques for throwing pots on the potter’s wheel. For the intermediate potter, this class offers an in-depth development of more advanced skills and techniques. All students will be supported by the instructor in developing the skills they would like to work on; and if they are unsure, the instructor has many ideas. Having a mix of skill levels in class makes for a fun and diverse learning environment.

Students will also receive 8 hours of studio access per week to work on projects independently. Studio participants must sign-up for timeslots on a weekly basis to secure a wheel to work on.

Class size is limited to eight.

Phipps pottery on the wheel

Intermediate/Advanced Pottery on the Wheel

Ages 14 through adult
Eight Mondays, September 19 – November 7
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Fee: $229

Intermediate and Advanced participants will build on skills learned in Beginning Pottery on the Wheel and learn more complicated techniques to create forms such as plates, lidded jars, tea pots, pitchers, etc. Throughout the session, there will be demonstrations by the instructor as well as one-on-one time to work through your own ideas. Additionally, students will learn how to fire an electric kiln by having the chance to participate in the loading with the guidance of the instructor.

Students will also receive 8 hours of studio access per week to work on projects independently. Studio participants must sign-up for timeslots on a weekly basis to secure a wheel to work on.

Class size is limited to eight.