|Ready, Set, Throw! One Night Pottery Class
Cayce Kolstad & Kelsey Sickmeyer
September 19, October 10, October 24, November 14
Ever wanted to try your hand at the pottery wheel? Have you always wanted to learn to throw but you're not sure if you want to commit to an 8-week class? Or maybe you and some friends are just looking for something different to do on a Friday night. Well, look no further. Ready, Set, Throw is here!
We guarantee you'll make at least one pot on the wheel in this special one-night class. Even if you've never touched clay before, our highly skilled staff will guide you through the entire process. It's the perfect opportunity to get creative and have fun!
This class is much better if you do it with friends. Plan your next outing with us. Makes a great unique party idea. Or make it a date and bring a bottle of wine and your special someone! You will get your very own ceramic pot that YOU MADE in a couple weeks. Don't live in town? Not to worry, we can ship it to you! What are you waiting for? Seats for this special event are limited so sign up now!
Level: All Levels
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FALL CLASSES ARE NOW ENROLLING
October 20- December 18
|Tea Tour Around The World
Mondays 10am- 12:30pm
Tour around the world to tea cultures of different countries. We'll learn about each region's teas and the pottery that accompanies them. Each class will include tea time and hands-on practice of new techniques. Discover how traditions shape the objects we use in our daily rituals.
Level: Intermediate and advanced wheel class.
Expressive Forms For Flowers
Tuesdays 10am- 12:30pm
Learn a variety of techniques for making and shaping vessels for flowers. Combine slab, wheel throwing, and carving techniques. Play with edges, tear, and alter forms to create endless possibilities. Discover fun, new ways to look at form and function. Fired in cone 10. Class will be laced with Japanese aesthetic considerations.
Levels: Intermediate and advanced
Give It A Whirl: Intro To Wheel Throwing
Tuesdays 6:30- 9pm
In this introductory course, students will learn how to create a variety of functional objects on the potter's wheel. We will start nice and easy with bowls and mugs and progress on to plates, pitchers and even teapots. Come try out this ancient, fun, and dynamic process. Fair warning: you will get your hands a little dirty!
Levels: Beginners and seasoned beginners.
The Dynamic Figure
Wednesdays 3- 5:30pm
This class will cover hand-building techniques for creating figurative sculptural work with an emphasis on personal expression. We will examine the challenges of creating mystery and power in artworks that spring from life experiences. Technical and aesthetic concerns will be addressed, as well as assistance translating complex ideas to the medium. In addition to technical demonstrations, basic anatomy, and an opportunity to work with a figure model, the class will incorporate image presentation and discussion on major figurative artists in the field.
Level: Beginner, intermediate and advanced.
The Beginner's Guide to Handbuilding
Thursdays 12- 2:30pm
A great opportunity to try out working with clay, this class will examine the basic handbuilding techniques of coiling, pinching and slab building. Alongside the use of paper templates and bisque molds, these techniques will serve as the basis for making both simple and complex forms. Projects will be purposefully open ended with room for interpretation and personal expression.
Level: Beginners and seasoned beginners.
Thursdays 3- 6 pm
This class is about slowing down and honing in on an aspect of your work that you want to develop. We will make a journal that will parallel our creative explorations. The class will include demos and discussions with group and individual critiques. Bring ideas and techniques you want the time and focus to explore.
Levels: Intermediate and Advanced
The Bountiful Table
Thursdays, 6:30- 9pm
Show off your fall harvest with your own dishes for the oven and the table. Serving bowls, platters, and chargers accompany casserole dishes, gravy boats and soup tureens. Make a ladle for warm fall soups. These easy techniques will help you past any size limits.
Levels: Intermediate and advanced.