Lebanon High School students were recently given the opportunity to engage in a meaningful arts learning opportunity with professional potter, David Pellerin. Interested students were transported to his studio (Wellhouse Farm Pottery) on two separate Saturdays throughout the year, to meet and watch him demonstrate his art, discuss his business and their own interests in arts careers, and to learn new glazing and raku firing techniques. Though this opportunity was open and beneficial to all ceramics students, the project coordinator (Jacqueline Clary) drafted the program with four particularly dedicated students in mind. These students had become leaders in her classroom, teaching other students and devoting huge amounts of free time to their own artwork. This program not only served as a unique arts learning experience for everyone, but for some students, this experience also provided vital information about the artistic careers open to them, and about the business, marketing and distribution tools necessary to turn their passion into a viable livelihood.