Community Class Facilities

Angeles Gate Cultural Center hosts publicly accessible artist workspace, including a ceramics studio and a fully equipped printmaking studio for intaglio, relief, monotype, and silkscreen printing.

Ceramics Studio

Angels Gate Cultural Center offers ceramics classes throughout the week, including handbuilding and wheel throwing sessions, and a raku workshop. 

Each Thursday we offer Open Studios from 4:00-8:00pm for independent work, with staff on hand to answer questions or help to begin or complete a project.  Materials are not included, but cone 10 clays are available for purchase on site, and basic tools are provided.

AGCC fires low fire and high fire reduction kilns bi-weekly.  Limited firing is included in all class sessions at no additional cost.  For additional work, or for work made outside of the classroom, firing costs $.02 per square inch of kiln space.

For additional information please contact Sara@angelsgateart.org

Printmaking Studio

AGCC hosts a fully equipped printmaking studio for intaglio, relief, monotype, and silkscreen printing.

Studio Rental: This is a service we offer to artists who wish, and are able to work independently in the studio. After introductory training session, the studio can be rented on monthly, daily, and hourly bases.

Workshops and Seminars for Groups and Individuals: If you want to sample what printmaking has to offer, or if you want to focus on one technique only, we are here to help – work with our experienced instructors in safe, and well-equipped printmaking studio.

View the Printmaking Studio Equipment list.

The studio has access to hot and cold water, to bathroom and to electricity. For more information please contact Terry Gerald (terry@angelsgateart.org).

Monthly Family-Friendly Art Workshops

AGCC holds two family-friendly workshops every month! These free workshops feature a variety of artistic practices taught by different Artist-Teachers every month.

The Family Art Workshop is a hands-on art workshop, onsite at AGCC. ArtLab is an art-and-science workshop designed in partnership with the Marine Mammal Care Center and is held on the MMCC campus.