Seward Park Clay Studio is an extraordinary place for artists and art-lovers alike. Situated in a picturesque brick bathhouse on the shores of Lake Washington at Seward Park, the studio’s location perfectly melds old-world charm and natural beauty with creative inspiration.
A fascinating part of Seattle’s history, the bathhouse was constructed in 1927 at the 300-acre Seward Park during a period of great city-wide growth and development. In 1969 the structure was converted into an art studio and has been a significant part of the Seattle’s artistic community ever since—first, as a publicly funded center and now as a self-supporting institution. Seward Park Clay Studio’s class offerings include hand building and wheel throwing, as well as sculpture. In addition to ceramics classes and workshops, the studio also has numerous pottery exhibits and earthenware sales throughout the year.