INTRO TO POTTERY: Throwing for Beginners
Ages 18 + | Beginners | Ron Miller
Develop skill, dexterity, and coordination using the potter’s wheel as a tool of the ceramic-forming process as you are introduced to handbuilding and throwing techniques. Develop aesthetics in a contemporary, social, and historical context while also exploring the fundamental process of firing and glazing. Firing fees are charged based on volume of work produced. Materials list provided. Note: Students are encouraged to complete two to four semesters of Intro to Pottery before entering an upper level course.
THURSDAYS, 9 AM - NOON
12 classes | 36 contact hours
Non Member: 380 Member: 360
Materials Fee: 75
TO REGISTER FOR ON-CAMPUS CLASSES, COMMUNITY STUDENTS OVER 18 MUST:
+ Be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to the first day of class (full vaccination is two weeks after the final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.)
+ Be prepared to show a vaccination record (physical card, or copy/digital photo of card) to the instructor at your first class.
+ If not fully vaccinated by the time of the first day of class, we kindly request that you wait to take a class with us until you are.
Firing fees are based on the measured volume of the finished pieces. Firing tickets are $2 each and available for purchase at the School of Art reception desk during business hours.
Required material fees cover the cost of full use of studio clay and glazes.
NEW OPEN STUDIO TIMES
Students currently enrolled in an adult ceramics class may take advantage of open studio hours on Saturdays from 1-5pm or Sundays from 8am - noon or 1-5pm. Open studio spots are limited and must be registered for in advance of attending at SignUp.com.
No classes or open studio the week of November 22-28.
|Dates:||September 16 - December 9, 2021|
|Meets:||Th from 9:00 AM to 12 N|
|Fee:||$455 Fee Breakdown|
Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.
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