Established in 1992, the Randolph Pottery School has opened the world of pottery to hundreds of students. It is our goal here to create an environment for nurturing the "artist" that lives in all of us. A place where individuals feel comfortable to explore and learn; to promote their creativity and enliven new resources in the human being in order to enhance all areas of their lives. We strive to give each student very individualized attention, so that they may explore their specific areas of interest.

Plans are in the works for a gallery, which will feature work of both current and former students, as well as work by Deborah Randolph.

Small classes (8-9 students) enable those looking to explore a particular technique to be accomodated. Specialty workshops in the raku firing process are also available. Workshops with guest potters are offered, as well as additional studio time.

Mondays through Thursdays we offer evening classes.

Class times are 6:30 to 9:00 pm. Day classes available - contact us.

Beginners to advanced students of all ages welcome.

Homeschoolers welcome! Class curriculum available.

A course of classes is 6 weeks, one evening per week.


Please contact Randolph Pottery School & Studio at (717) 625-2451 for registration and further information.

Come have fun playing in the clay with us!

"My first encounter with the school was with a pottery class, which I had signed up for on a whim. The experience was electric. Deborah Randolph is an inspired teacher and coach. She herself apporaches life and her art with headlong openness, and evokes the same enthusiastic creativity in people who never suspected they had it in them."
- Barbara McGraw, M.Ed., Instructor at HACC and guest instructor at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design

"Deborah's approach to teaching is informal and relaxed, putting the students at ease with an otherwise intimidating craft. She is patient and thorough, giving individual attention and addressing each pupil's learning curve."
- Sara Grosh, M.Ed.

"Deborah maintains an interactive classroom environment where students are encouraged to share ideas and techniques and evaluate each other's work and progress. She is aware of her student's performance and is able to teach at their individual ability level. She is always refining her educational methods and tools in an effort to maintain the highest level of success for her pupils."
-Kenneth Cauler


Randolph Pottery Studio & School 1317 Brunnerville Rd. Lititz, PA 17543 717-625-2451

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