Ceramics Classes
#C 01 Handbuilding and Wheel Throwing
  with Beth Love  
     
January 9 – February 27 (8 weeks) Member Status
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HS – Adult
Mondays | 12:00 noon – 2:30 pm | Clay Studio
   
  This class is designed to help you learn the fundamental techniques of hand-building  and wheel throwing or brush up on your forming techniques to make mugs, bowls, bottles, vases, teapots and more. Explore decorative techniques such as carving, sgrafitto and slip trailing.
**This class is available for renewal or graduate credit through NWAEA.

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#C 02 Ceramics
  with Diane Neri  
     
January 12 – March 2 (8 weeks) Member Status
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HS – Adult
Thursdays | 6:00 – 8:30 pm | Clay Studio
   
 

For the novice or the experienced, this class is a fun, hands-on approach to forming, decorating, glazing and firing clay objects. The hand-built clay techniques use pinch, coil and slab construction. The potter’s wheel will also be introduced with instruction on centering and building the various parts of a vessel. *This class is available for renewal credit through NWAEA.

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#C 03 Pottery from the Wheel
  with Mike Oliver  
     
January 14 – March 4 (8 weeks) Member Status
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HS – Adult
Saturdays | 10:30 am – 1:00 pm | Clay Studio
   
 

This class will focus on the basic skills of wheel throwing---centering, opening and pulling vessels---followed by learning to form cylinders, bowls and cups. Emphasis will be on developing a personal style and striving for consistency. Attention will be on the refinement of form, finishing and glazing (for the beginning or intermediate level potter). *This class is available for renewal credit through NWAEA.

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Fridays | 10:30 am – 2:00 pm | Studio 203, 204, 205, Clay Studio
   
 

Come and catch up on class projects. All students taking classes during the current term are welcomed and encouraged to work independently.  Even though there will be no instruction, sharing a common work environment and informal critiques with other students can be helpful in the development of one’s work.

 


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