Enrich people’s lives by encouraging and fostering creativity while having fun.
Creativity Warehouse is an arts and crafts work space that is organized, clean, happy, positive, and safe environment for all ages and abilities. This will be accomplished by studio location, size of facility, cleanliness, quality equipment, expert instruction, and accessible to those with disabilities.
Creativity Warehouse will provide quality instruction in structured as well as unstructured arts and crafts classes. Creativity Warehouse will be a work environment that allows patrons to learn from each other and share their ideas for feedback. It will also be an environment that will allow for the fostering of new friendships with those that have similar interest.
Our goal is to be a place for families, artists, and crafters of all ages and abilities. We plan to welcome corporate team building events, birthday parties, camps, and other special events for both adults and children. Our long-term plan is to have wheelchair accessible pottery equipment and work area so that those in wheelchairs can come to learn and express their talents.
Pat (Patti) has been creating with clay for more than 40 years. She has enjoyed sharing her love and knowledge of clay to students of all ages for almost as long. Over the years Pat has explored both hand building and throwing on the wheel including working as a production
Tommie has been dreaming about opening Creativity Warehouse for almost 15 years and she finally made it. She has almost 20 year experience working with clay but 35 years of being an avid crafter.
Zell (they/them) has been doing ceramics since their junior year in college. They always love learning more about the craft, and is slowly building their own studio in their garage! They enjoy sharing their artwork--and they often put most of it up for sale! Find their work on Instagram and Ko-Fi: @androgynousalienart
Harry has been very instrumental in helping Tommie reach her dream. He has over 25 years experience in clay work mostly on the wheel.
Annie started throwing in high school and continued ceramics through college while pursuing a degree in biology. Ceramics is her life long hobby and she enjoys helping her students explore the wheel.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
1950 Juan Tabo Boulevard Northeast, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112, United States
10:00 am – 08:00 pm
Mon-Sat10am - 6pm
Closed Sunday or By Appointment
We can do after hours events give us a call and we will come up with a plan!
switching over to a new registration system geared for class registration. We are working to have the direct links to each class on our website in the next week or so but in the meantime, you can access all of the classes by using the button below. The calendar on that site may be a little confusing so we suggest you use the filters to find the classes you are looking for on the list page in the short term.
Parties scheduling will remain on our site directly so if booking a party use the "Parties" tab.
Please feel free to call us if you have any questions or issues at 505-299-6168