Bringing creative clay experience into Squamish schools and the community
“I love to create, and to me, the ultimate freedom of expression is a blank canvas or a block of clay to capture whatever emotions your imagination gives it.”
Claytivity aims to enrich art programs in schools and the community by providing instruction in the art of hand-building with clay.
Every student is an artist
In CLAYTIVITY Classes, every student is an artist. Making a project with clay is a rich and rewarding experience that allows every student to create a unique project using the power of their own imagination. In two or three simple steps, CLAYTIVITY instructors will guide students through the whole process.
Choose a project
There are many project ideas to choose from or ask about a custom project related to a particular theme.
Learn modelling skills and techniques
CLAYTIVITY instructors teach skills and techniques of modelling through building projects out of clay.
Easy to follow step by step instructions
The instructor will demonstrate and give clear instructions for two or three easy to follow steps for building the project.
After each step the students will be given a piece of clay to work with. Students will learn how to shape, mold and mark the clay to make the individual components of their project and how to join the components securely together to make a complete project within a one to two hour class.
February/March special offer for schools in Squamish $150/class of 30 students or less + $5 for each additional student This year we offer a wide…Read More
Here is what you need to set up. Don't worry, it’s not as complicated as it looks! before Add value to the students’ experience with…Read More
Five Fabulous Fantasy animals handmade in CLAYTIVITY 's unique outdoor studio (my back yard) by Squamish artists aged 4, 7, 8, 21 and 55, were…Read More
A CLAYTIVITY project cannot be taken home immediately after it has been made - it has to be dried out and bisque fired in a…Read More
Students proudly holding their projectsWorking on a projectRaven and the birth of manfinished clay projectsbisque fired projects The purpose of this policy is to help…Read More
Do not enter the studio if you are sick or was in contact with someone who has COVID-19 symptoms within 14 days. Cancel or reschedule.…Read More
It's important for our wellbeing and sanity to spend some time with our friends to cheer us up, make us laugh and sometimes comfort us…Read More
When everyone has settled into normal classroom routines after those first few ‘back to school’ weeks, why not think about arranging a date with CLAYTIVITY…Read More
There are many project ideas to choose from or ask about a custom project related to a particular idea. SnowmanWonder Woman - artist LaynamushroomIn memory…Read More
CLAYTIVITY classes are excellent value starting at $150 per class, and project ideas fit in well with any current curriculum area, subject areas, big ideas…Read More
Here are three project ideas for first time experience of working with clay and also suitable for young students. For more ideas, contact us.Read More
A clay date Workshop Two imaginative young artists joined me for a clay-date in my ‘back yard’ studio for some part hand-building & part pottery…Read More
CLAYTIVITY is a great activity for children and adults of all ages and abilities. We provide the clay and everything needed for one to two hours of…Read More
https://youtu.be/ar0q7g-Mwbk CLAYTIVITY classes are back in schools this month with a variety of projects for grades kindergarten to grade 6. We are also looking forward…Read More
"It was a massive two-headed serpent that once roamed through the Squamish territory, its horrible shrieks frightening the people in the village of Stá7mes, Squamish.…Read More
After bisque firing CLAYTIVITY projects are creamy-white ceramic and ready for painting. Hand print projects made by artists 6 moths to 2 yearsinsects on a…Read More
Be creative with your baby or toddler with CLAYTIVITY! Invite CLAYTIVITY to join your group and we will guide you through the fun process of…Read More