Our gathering place is the Tybee Island Wedding Chapel.
Set on a wooded lot on the edge of Tybee’s delicate marsh ecosystems, dolphins jump and migratory birds flock nearby....just seconds from the beach and minutes from romantic historic Savannah, the Tybee Island Chapel is the perfect place to serve as our headquarters/ dining area during the seminars. Immediately on the right as you enter Tybee Island on Highway 80.
Student housing is in shared luxury beach houses located around the island. A rental car is not necessary but all activities are NOT within walking distance. Car pooling is encouraged. .
Classes are held in the individual Instructor's Villas.
Our Kiln Room is centrally located in the lower floor of Oceanfront Cottage Offices on Hwy 80.
School Office Address
GA Seminars by the Sea
2863 Old Highway One
Hephzibah, GA 30815
Porcelain Arts School Hosted
on Tybee Island, GA...minutes away
Historic Savannah, GA
ALL CREDIT CARDS
2014 School Staff
Suzanne Painter- Administrator
Jerri "Cookie" Barton - Oregon, USA
Nancy Benedetti - California, USA
Sylvia Beythoun - United Kingdom
Jane Bowen- Geogria, USA
Sol Brien - Canada
Paula Collins - Kentucky/Florida, USA
Tatiana Dallest-Agoritsas - Switzerland
Celee Evans - California, USA
Nelia Ferriera - Argentina
Filipe - Portugal
Victoria George - New York, USA
Debbi Good - Australia
Mary Gosden - New York, USA
Jackie Halhead - United Kingdom
Etsuko Hanajima - Japan
Mariela Villasmil-Kaminski - Venezuela/Texas
Joerg Kugelmeier - Germany
Petra Kugelmeier - Germany
Jane Marcks - Texas, USA
Lorna Maclaren - Canada
Andrew Orr - Vermont, USA
Beatriz Ramirez - Columbia/Florida, USA
San Do - Vietnam/Florida, USA
Christiano Santos - Portugal
Violet Temple - Canada
Alfredo Toledano - Brazil
Alzora Zaremba - Washington, USA
Kilnmaster: Rikki Spinner
Administrative Assistant - Dell Ballard
Viki Braun(1953-2007), our CO-FOUNDER
envisioned the GA Seminars by the Sea School
in the summer of 2007. She created the concept of porcelain artists learning , sharing and enjoying together on Tybee Island, GA. We owe so much to her foresight and memory.