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Ernest Miller Workshop: Engineering the Thrown Pot   www.ernestmiller.com

Friday, January 10th 6-9pm and Saturday, Jan 11th 9-5pm

$150 member  $180/non-member  

Ernest will share his versatile approach to making pottery influenced by sculptural concepts. Using the potter’s wheel as a starting point he will share techniques for altering the thrown form including paddling, carving, and faceting. Demonstrations will introduce cups, teapots, baskets, and throwing larger vessels. Ernest will share finishing ideas such as slip application, glazing, formulation, and ideas to consider for a cone 9 electric kiln firing. He will discuss insights about his studio practice, researching ideas, and embracing utilitarian and sculptural concepts.

Students are welcome to bring bone-dry pieces to experiment with Ernest’s slip and wax resist techniques.

*No refund for cancellations on or after Dec. 1st  

Ernest Miller Workshop: Engineering the Thrown Pot

     


Containers: Creating Earth-friendly Vessels for Everyday Life with Karen Keenan and Bob DeArmond

Wednesdays 6:30-9pm January 8th-March 11th  *No class Feb. 5th and 26th

$195 member $235 non-member

Learn the art of making lidded pottery to hold or store liquids, grains, prepared foods, etc.  This class will consist of six projects each based on a particular lid form.  The final project will be making pots designed for non-traditional lids such as corks, rubber stoppers, wood, cut covers, etc.  From hand building to throwing, to applying surface treatments and glazes, to designing and constructing, this course will grow your skills to make Earth-friendly vessels for everyday life. 

Students should be able to throw an eight-inch cylinder or have taken at least one beginning ceramics class.

Ceramic Containers: Creating Earth-friendly Vessels for Everyday Life with Karen Keenan and Bob DeArmond


Beginning Clay with Sheila Staubus

Tuesdays 6:30-9pm  January 21 to March 10th

$195 member  $235 non-member

Learn and practice the basics of throwing on the potter's wheel from centering to glazing.  Clay, glazes and firing fees included. Open to all levels; instruction directed to the beginning potter.

Beginning Clay with Sheila Staubus


Beginning Clay with Craig Bruce

Thursdays 6:30-9 p.m. February 20th to April 9th

$195 member  $235 non-member

Learn and practice the basics of throwing on the potter's wheel from centering to glazing.  Clay, glazes and firing fees included. Open to all levels; instruction directed to the beginning potter. 

Beginning Clay with Craig Bruce








$25 non-refundable registration fee included in tuition for all classes.





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