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Independent Ceramics Study with Adam Stevenson
Thursdays, April 27 – June 8 (no class May 4), 6:30-9 p.m.
$155 ($190 non-members)

Focus on your interests or experiment with new techniques and take your work to a new level under the guidance of ceramicist Adam Stevenson. Class includes discussions, demonstrations and practical applications of wheel throwing and glazing techniques in a relaxed atmosphere. Class culminates with gas kiln fire. Previous clay experience preferred.

Handbuilding in Clay with Robin Murphy
Tuesdays, May 23 – June 27, 6:30-9 p.m.
$170 ($205 non-members)

Develop and expand your clay hand-building skills to explore figurative, animal, decorative, architectural, functional and other applications in clay relevant to your interests. We will review basic hand-building techniques: coil, pinch and slab building the first class session. Students are encouraged to come with ideas/projects to begin working on. Under the guidance of the instructor, students will learn to anticipate structural issues, technical challenges, and how to plan to achieve their vision. The focus will be on using low-fire clay and the application of various glaze material. 

Bill van Gilder Workshop
Friday, May 19 Slide Show 6:30pm, and Saturday-Sunday, May 20-21, 9 AM -4 PM @ the Lincoln Center
$250 ($310 non-member)
Learn with an instructor from Maryland! By using a slow momentum kick wheel and soft clays, van Gilder pursues the casual nuance of form and surface. Van Gilder shares his pursuits through demonstrations in this two-day workshop including tips and techniques for pulling handles, throwing lids, using simple tools and much, much more. Includes Friday evening slide show. www.vangilderpottery.com. Refunds will not be issued for cancelations made on or after May 9th.

Beginning Clay
Sheila Staubus
Mondays June 5- July 31, 6:30-9pm
$215 ($260 non-members)

Learn the basics of hand building, wheel throwing, and glazing in this introduction to ceramics. (Students can take beginning clay a maximum of three times).

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