Beginning / Intermediate Cone 10 Reduction
Class meets for 8 weeks
Starting date: August 24
Instructors: Heather Kegel and Julia Zuniga
Registration opens 8/1/21 at 9:00am
Classes often fill VERY quickly, so set a reminder!
This 3-hour evening class includes a basic introduction and a continuation of building your wheel throwing skills. The course covers clay studio basics and is intended as an introduction to the clay cycle process of “clay to fire.” Students learn the skill of centering and evenly distributing clay to make cups, bowls and plates, as well as the application of handles. The course also includes instruction in glazing techniques. No previous experience is required. This class is a good option for those with previous experience to refresh their basic skills. Basic concepts such as how to use studio equipment, clay preparation, simple wheel-throwing techniques, and glazing and decoration processes will be demonstrated. Simple hand-building techniques are also introduced to give participants other options for creating pottery items.
Before you register for a class, please review General Class Info and Tools + Supplies (under Related Links.)