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Located in the heart of Tribeca, Chambers Pottery provides
a welcoming and relaxed studio environment, an ideal place for both new and advanced ceramic students alike. Enter here to see the class schedule

© 2003 Margaret Wozniak 

About Amanda
A native New Yorker, Amanda Mathews grew up on 102nd street on the West Side. Life in the city provided cultural opportunities during her formative years, which later fueled her desire for travel and study as a young woman. She studied Cultural Anthropology at Hunter College and Art Restoration at the University of the Americas in Mexico City. As a natural teacher she was offered a series of positions which range from adult classes at Earthworks and Artisans to children’s instruction at Trinity school.

Seventeen years ago Amanda had the opportunity to open her own studio, and so Chambers Pottery was conceived. Chambers Pottery provides a welcoming and relaxed environment, which make it an ideal place for new and advanced students alike.

About the Studio
This second floor studio, located in a turn of the century building, is equipped with:

  • Two large electric kilns
  • Extruder
  • Slab-roller
  • 12 Brent cxc wheels
  • Glaze mixing room
  • Plenty of table space for hand-building

© 2003 Rachel Sydlowski

The surrounding metro area has many restaurants, boutiques, and is convenient by train to virtually every
part of the city.

Feel free to email us with any questions, or call us directly at (212) 619-7302.

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