Kate Grey BFA

Grey is a Canadian Ceramicist from Calgary Alberta. She has her BFA in Ceramics and a minor in Art History from NSCAD University. She currently lives and works in Halifax Nova Scotia.

Current / Upcoming Courses

10. Friday Fun Night Session 1: Cups and Mugs

This series of small ceramic handbuilding projects gives students an intro to building, decorating and glazing a variety of functional wares. Sign up with a friend and make it a date!

14. Intro Ceramics for Kids! (10-15)

Students will learn the fundamentals of ceramics and make fun projects to take home by learning basic techniques of hand building and throwing on the pottery wheel. They will also be encouraged to experiment and to use their imagination to create unique projects of mugs, bowls, ceramic planters, plates, pins and small sculptures.

10. Friday Fun Night Session 2: Bowls

This series of small ceramic handbuilding projects gives students an intro to building, decorating and glazing a variety of functional wares. Sign up with a friend and make it a date!

10. Friday Fun Night Session 3: Planters & Vases

This series of small ceramic hand-building projects gives students an intro to building, decorating and glazing a variety of functional wares. Sign up with a friend and make it a date!

11. Handbuilt Pottery for the Home

In this class students will learn hand building pottery skills and create home décor projects like serving trays, plant pots, vases and candle votive holders, mugs and much more. We will be using slab, pinch, and coil building techniques to create functional wares that you’ll feel proud to show off in your homes.

12. Sculptural Wall Tile Décor

In this three-session course, students will create wall tiles with 3-dimensional sculpted patterns that reference nature and movement. Students will experiment with texture, thematic imagery and repetitive forms.

13. The Christmas Class

Students will create all manner of Christmas themed functional pottery and décor for the home. Project students can make are cookie trays and plates, cookie stamps and jars, ornaments, sculpted pine tree décor, small-sculpted wreaths, candlesticks and votive holders, napkin rings, coasters and mugs.