Create an artful, seamless felted market bag with fabric guru Miriam Young!  You will learn how to use a resist to create a three-dimensional piece of felt, how to felt cords that will be used for the handles, and some surface design techniques to decorate the bag.  The finished bag is about 16” square.  Please bring a bath towel and a pair of nylons (knee-high or regular) to the class.  All other materials provided. 

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Instruction will include students’ skills in the areas of general properties of clay, throwing on the wheel, and glazing. This is a class that will allow you to get your hands dirty, make mistakes, and get the feel of the wheel. No previous experience in clay is needed for this class. Upon completing this class, students are eligible for instructional open studio time.
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Introduction to Wheel Throwing 2 will offer the continued practice of centering and creating a cylinder vessel. Demonstration and discussion on advanced surface decoration and glazing techniques will also be covered. Students should have previously taken the Introduction to Wheel Throwing 1 to participate in this class. During this class, students are eligible for instructional open studio time. 

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Join us in learning embroidery techniques while creating a fun cupcake design! You will get to choose a cupcake pattern provided by the instructor and your colors.  Through the process, you will learn various stitches for embroidery that will add style to the design!  No previous experience required.
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The pottery studio will be open to Instructional Open Studio students that have completed an Introduction to Pottery class. Students may reserve space via infoartscenter@okstate.edu in 3 hour time slots up to 3 times a week, cost is $10 per 3 hour time slot. When signing up please include date, day of the week and time slot. Refunds are available if cancelled 24 hours in advance so that we have time to fill the open spot. Available time slots are:
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In this course, students explore the basic physical properties of clay by practicing a variety of hand-forming techniques used to create functional objects. Hand-forming techniques will include, pinch pots, slab building, mold slumping, and texture. The objective is not to make pieces to take home, rather learning what is possible and allowing you to get your hands dirty and feel what it's like! No previous experience in clay is needed for this class. (an introduction class is a prerequisite for instructional open studio)
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