Pottery classes are often offered by art supply stores, local art centers, art museums, colleges, local potteries and magazines on pottery and ceramics. Ask places in the local community to see if they have pottery classes.
Before signing up for a pottery class, find out if it is at the correct skill level and if materials are included. Some pottery classes assume that students already possess a basic level of pottery knowledge. Find out what materials are included in the class price, what materials cost extra and what supplies you need to bring yourself. Also, find out about the class instructor's reputation and get feedback from others who have taken the class.