ClayShare 4+

Learn pottery your way‪.‬

ClayShare LLC

    • 5.0 • 573 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


ClayShare is an online school where students of all levels can learn at their own pace, in the studio of their choosing. It is a place of community where everyone is welcome and encouraged to find and express their creativity.

You'll learn skills and build confidence with every project making your studio time more enjoyable.

- Hundreds of classes filmed in HD or 4K mean you can see every step in detail.
- Download classes to your device and watch when you're traveling or if your studio doesn't have internet.
- Supportive, engaged community to help you along the way.
- Access to weekly, live broadcasts with tutorials, Q&A, and special member offers.
- Access to downloadable templates to help you with your projects.

To access all features and content you can subscribe to ClayShare on a monthly or yearly basis with an auto-renewing subscription right inside the app.* Pricing can vary by region and will be confirmed before purchase in the app. In app subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of their cycle.

* All payments will be paid through your Apple Account and may be managed under Account Settings after the initial payment. Subscription payments will automatically renew unless deactivated at least 24-hours before the end of the current cycle. Your account will be charged for renewal at least 24-hours prior to the end of the current cycle. Any unused portion of your free trial will be forfeited upon payment. Cancellations are incurred by disabling auto-renewal.

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What’s New

Version 8.101.1

* Bug fixes
* Performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
573 Ratings

573 Ratings

siounique ,

Loving all the content

I bought a paint your own pottery studio, I came with over 800 molds to pour things. A year later my husband lost his job and we moved back to a small town. This is also a agricultural area, people don’t have the spare time or money, so the shop did not do well here. Eventually I retired pulled the studio out of storage and set it up in my two car garage. I decided since I had all the resources I would just made stuff and sell it. I have a small table top wheel, slab clay roller, 2 kilns, tons of pant and brushes. What I lacked was knowledge of hand building and using the wheel. I assumed that because I am a fairly talented person I could just jump on and start producing sellable items. That was not the case, I have been using you tube and trying to learn how to do it all. I was pretty discouraged then I found you. I liked you spunky attitude and then I realized you immense knowledge. I am really enjoying the app, the variety and inspiration. I am sorry to say my studio has been unused because of health issues from Covid but I am so excited to get out there and start putting all I have learned from you in to use. Found you just days before ClayShare con and that was the motivation I needed to get back on track. I even got some forms to make plates. Thanks for doing what you do!

Chudderbon ,

Covid lead to a marvelous discovery!!

What should have been a 1 week stay in Montana turned into 3 months in the early Spring of 2020. Having long, leisurely days with no usual obligations on my agenda I was able to turn my attention to my lifelong love of working in clay. How I found Clayshare can only be luck. After having spent over 40 years in and around a number of wonderful community studios and schools, I decided that being 100% a home studio potter was what I needed to do. Becoming acquainted with Jess and Kevin was a true blessing. Totally welcoming, approachable and supportive pair offer a safe place to land and grow your craft. All levels are partnering here. We all share and learn together. You can enjoy projects new and old, techniques familiar or challenging or learn a better way to approach what you thought you had perfected. I have learned so much, made new friends and become more comfortable in the clay crafter community . I have found new clay bodies I love, invested in more equipment ( with Clayshare guidance) found a fellow potter to share my kiln and , in general, am just a better , happier potter.

Emmy8513 ,

A favorite app for me.

Hi there. I have a lot of love and respect for you two. I’ve had medical issues starting about two years ago that got progressively worse leading me to be basically bed ridden over the last two months of what was an unknown cause at the time. After passing all tests at ER at least three times, I went back with husband demanding a brain scan. Thank God. There was a large brain tumor taking up the space in my right frontal lobe, actually pushed that part of the brain out of its location and caused a mid line shift. Two days later, Nov 1, 2021, I was in surgery and met the head of neurological department at Ochsner hospital. I was blessed that he was on my case and the tumor benign. Ive been totally unable to do pottery. Decision making ability was not accessible. But I felt good knowing I had you as my ace when I returned. You’re my fav. This is getting long. I don’t share this with anyone. Happy to be back on board. Much love and respect, Robbie Lynn.

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The developer, ClayShare LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

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