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Ceramics Studio, Altos de Chavon

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Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic
Time to play dirty! La Romana  Dominican Republic

Time to play dirty!

Altos de Chavon is made of many magical places, but my favorite was the pottery studio. I got a special tour and introduction to the workspace by wonderful long-time resident teacher, Damaris.

Quick history: 1984, shortly after the village of Altos de Chavon was built, a ceramics school opened, catering to youth all over the region. Creating pottery has been an integral part of the Dominican culture since the days of Columbus, and as a craft continues to thrive here.

The ceramics workshop offers classes on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm to 6:00pm, cost US$35 for adults, US$30 for children.

Please call Nicole Dickson (809) 523-3333 ext 5353 / (829) 918-1268, erac@robba.com to make a reservation, and confirm time/ price.
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A warm thank you for my Dominican Republic experience — courtesy of Casa de Campo (http://casadecampo.com.do). @casadecampo