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WINTER BREAK WORKSHOP SERIES 2022
Seats are limited to 6 per class. Register today!
We are offering a series of 3 part, hands-on workshops focusing on a variety of techniques & objects.
Price: $180 per workshop.
Schedule: 3 classes. Meets once a week for 2 hours
Includes: Instruction, clay, tools & one free 3hr open studio session per week
Firing fees not included
List of workshops below
THROWN & ALTERED PLANTERS
with Olive Hock
Mondays, 1-3pm, November 28, December 5, 12
Get ready for the spring months by making a new home for your plants! In this workshop you will learn how to make planters on the wheel and how to make them uniquely yours once you take them off. We will cover how to alter a simple wheel form, how to throw larger pieces to scale, ways of adding design elements using simple handbuilding techniques, and glaze decoration. Olive will also show you how to throw planters with an attached tray.
Basic wheel throwing skills required.
FOCUS ON PLATTERS
with Penelope Heller
Mondays, 6-8pm, November 28, December 5, 12
This is an intensive wheel throwing workshop focussing on plates and platters. Penelope will show you all of the steps to successfully make and trim a plate, and will address common problems such as how to avoid cracks and warping. We will also talk about function and aesthetic choices when forming the well, lip, rim, and base of a plate.
Intermediate wheel throwing skill required.
with Marge Lurie & Scottie Twine
Tuesdays, 1-3pm, November 29, December 6, 13
In this workshop students will learn several techniques for transforming their wheel-thrown, leatherhard bowls into distinctive decorative pieces by altering the surface. Marge and Scottie will cover methods of carving and piercing patterns into bowls, painting patterns or images on bowls, and adding small hand-formed pieces as embellishment. They will also talk about design considerations that go into making and trimming, and matching form with surface decoration.
Wheel throwing experience required.
with Lea Cook
Tuesdays, 7-9pm, November 29, December 6, 13
Come make coiled vessels with Lea! Coiling is one of the most versatile building techniques in clay and we will be using it to our advantage. Whether you want to make a vase, a cookie jar or an open sculptural form, you will be guided in coil building to fashion your wildest vessel dreams. Come prepared with an idea in your head, or come ready for, and open to, whatever the clay may reveal.