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    I hope that this response isn't too late.<br>
    1. The Clay Studio has closed.<br>
    2. There is access to wheels etc at Randall Museum.&nbsp; I had a pretty
    unpleasant and snotty experience with them, but maybe you will be
    luckier - .<br>
    3. Sharon Art Studio in Golden Gate Park.&nbsp; I think that you find out
    what day is registration for the next period and RUN.<br>
    Good luck, <br>
    Claudia<br>
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    On 2/5/2012 11:08 PM, Sean Cusack wrote:
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      <p>There's also *the* clay studio in Soma. You can do a monthly
        pass there to do open studio stuff whenever.&nbsp; Check out this
        link:</p>
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          href="http://www.theclaystudio.com/programs.html">http://www.theclaystudio.com/programs.html</a></p>
      <div class="gmail_quote">On Feb 5, 2012 11:03 PM, "Jared Dunne"
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          Can anyone recommend nonprofit or membership-based pottery
          studio spaces in the area?&nbsp; Some place in the city is
          definitely preferred but oakland might work, worst case.<br>
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          The only one I've been able to locate so far is Rudy's Clay
          Studio.&nbsp; I haven't checked it out yet in person, but looks
          like what I had in mind.&nbsp; <a moz-do-not-send="true"
href="http://www.rubysclaystudio.org/www.rubysclaystudio.org/Drop-In.html"
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          While that might be a good option for me going forward, I have
          some unglazed low fire pieces that I want to finish too.&nbsp; So,
          I also need an alternative option for glazing and firing those
          pieces.<br>
          <br>
          Thanks for any leads or recommendations,<br>
          jared-<br>
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