Adult Classes

SPRING TERM II      APRIL 14 - MAY 31, 2014 (7 weeks)

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Adult Class Policies - Adult Class Policies:  Open Studio, Minimum Age Restrictions, Tuition & Fees, Tools, Cancellation & Refunds, Weather

 

Dates Course Title Day/Time Instructor
Apr 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26 Exploring Raku & Sagger- Monday Evenings Mon, 6pm - 8pm
Jill Kovachick Register

This class will be an exploration of the Raku and Sagger process. We will explore naked raku and horse hair firings. We will discuss the different techniques for all processes. Wheel and sculpture work that is non functional will work best for this class. We will using a porcelain clay body for Sagger work and a stoneware body for Raku. Intermediate and advanced students are welcome.

Tuition: $360
Materials Fee $75+tax

Apr 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21, 28 Beginning/Intermediate Wheel Throwing- Wednesday Mornings Weds., 10am-12pm
Jill Kovachick Register

Beginning Wheel Throwing - An introduction to making functional pottery on the wheel. Students will learn the steps needed to go from centering clay to glazing finished work. Basic forms such as bowls, vases, and plates will be covered. No experience needed. 

Intermediate Wheel Throwing - A continuation of the beginning class that will explore additional ceramic forms and techniques. Students will be focused on refining and expanding their skills.

Tuition: $360
Materials Fee: $75+tax

Apr 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21, 28 Pressed in Clay Wed, 6-8 pm
Jean Fei Register

This hand-building class will explore a variety of techniques and ideas for creating work with clay! Vessels, dinnerware, tiles and wall art will be among the projects in this course. Students will learn to use molds, clay extruder and slab roller in creating their works of art. Students will explore different surface treatments including carving and glazing techniques. A portion of the class will focus on learning how to fire work that has been made. Students will participate in a Raku firing.
Click here to see some examples of the work
Tuition: $360
Materials Fee: $75+tax

Apr 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 FOOD FOR THOUGHT! Thu, 6-8 pm
Bethany Cohen Register

Food For Thought...Have you had your breakfast yet? What’s for Lunch? What’s for dinner? Do you want dessert with that? How about a cup of tea? This class will focus on the design and production of functional ceramics including the multitude of different pieces that we use in our everyday dining. Within the classes students will be able to choose among both basic dinnerware and serving pieces that might make up a table setting to meet their personal taste. Possibilities will include the basic plates, cups and bowls with the expansion into serving trays, condiment dishes, teapots and many other items used within a meal.

This class will also explore the electric firings and glazes of cone six in addition to high fire

This class is for Intermediate to advanced wheel throwers.

Tuition: $360
Materials Fee: $75+tax

April 26 & May 31, 2014

CRITIQUE CORNER with Regis Brodie Sat, 11am - 2pm
Regis Brodie Register

This 3-hour course will be conducted in a group critique format. Each person will receive aesthetic and technical feed back on their work and their working process from their peers and master artist Regis Brodie. This class is an opportunity to have your work seen and discussed and by this, to expand, reinforce and open a better understanding of your vision and your direction.
Tuition: $40/ session

Scheduled at your convenience Private Lessons 4 - 1hr Lesson
Jill Kovachick Register

Private lessons on the Potter's Wheel and for Hand-Buiding are available for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Students.  Lessons are $40/hour and are offered in 4 hour blocks for $160.  We offer flexible scheduling for your convenience.