Current Pottery Classes

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Tuesday's January 8th - Feb 26th  6pm - 9pm. Instruction will introduce basic to advanced wheel-throwing techniques. Beginners will start with centering the clay and throwing cylinders and bowls. Returning students will continue to refine their personal style, learn advanced techniques and focus on individual projects. Glaze application and decoration will be explored as a group. We hope you come and join this creative ceramic community!

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The goal of Instructional Open Studio is for students to work freely within a flexible schedule while an instructor is present. Instructional Open Studio is open to students that have taken the Introduction to Pottery and with beginner to advanced pottery knowledge. During these hours students may come in and work, this is not a led class, but more of a working studio where questions can be addressed to instructors and peers. We hope to create an environment where students can experiment and get creative while having a community of support! 
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Thursdays, January 10th - Januray 31st, 6:00-9:00pm. Instruction will include students’ skills in the areas of general properties of clay, hand building, throwing on the wheel and glazing.  The objective is not make pieces to take home, rather allowing you to get your hands dirty and feel what it's like! Pottery is a very physical and hands on art form that many have yet to fall in love with. (prerequisite for Adult Pottery and ceramics open studio)
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Wednesday's, Nov 7th - Dec 19th, 6 pm - 9 pm 
Create beautiful and functional hand-built ceramic pieces with instructor Buck Dollarhide. Handbuilding is a way to work with clay without using the pottery wheel - instead techniques used are coils, slabs or pinching the clay to make functional and sculptural work. Equipment could include rolling pins, slab rollers, extruders and hump molds to start the process, using more clay to embellish and decorate our work.  All kinds of variations in shape, form and texture can be made; the sky is the limit! 
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