Adult Classes

Pottery Workshop

Adult Clay Class with Larry

Instructor:  Larry Matthews

 

Tuesdays starting June 21st

 

Time: 6:30-8:30 PM

 

Cost per student: $125 which includes clay, glazes and 2 firings. 

 

Join Larry for summer clay creations!  Tuesday nights 6:30-8:30 pm.  Class include clay and 2 firings.  Students will have 6 sessions with Larry in the clay studio.  All work will be fired and ready for pick up by August 9th and before Labor Day weekend in the Art hallway.  Great for all levels of experience!  Previous students have learned to throw on the wheel and hand build with clay.

 

No class on 7/26

Class is full
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Advanced Clay with Lindsay

Instructor:  Lindsay Gabriel

Thursdays June 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14 & 21

Time: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

 

 Cost per student: $100 which includes class fee and 2 firings. 

 

This session is for advanced level students with prior ceramic experience.  Students work on independent projects with instructor assistance.  The session is 6 weeks long with 4 weeks to create and 2 weeks to complete bisque and glaze firing.    

 

Maximum of 6 students 

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Play in the Clay with Lindsay

Instructor:  Lindsay Gabriel
 

Would you like to  arrange a day to play in the clay?  Reach out to Lindsay and we can schedule a day for you and your friends to come create something fun in the clay studio!  All classes include instruction on how to make your own ceramic creation.  They will be fired once, then you return to glaze them and then they will be fired a second time.  You can make gnomes, angels, bowls, serving trays and more!  

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Encaustic Painting with Carolyn Todd

Instructor: Carolyn Todd

 

Dates: June 25th & 26th

Saturday & Sunday 

 

Time: 10:00 AM-12:30 PM

 

Cost: $155 which includes the 2 day class and a supplies fee

 

Encaustic painting is created using heat guns and melted oil paint cakes that include bees wax and Damar resin.   This technique dates back to prehistoric paintings in many caves around the world, including North American sites. Artists such as Jasper Johns, Karl Zerbe, and Robert Rauschenberg modernized encaustic painting with pop themes and massive collages.

 

Carolyn Todd is a native Texan who recently returned to Texas from Massachusetts where she taught encaustic painting and other fine arts for Fitchburg State University, the Fitchburg Art Museum and Worcester Art Museum.

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Creative Clay with Marilyn 

Instructor:  Marilyn Ritchie

Tuesdays: May 3 - May 31

Tuesday Time: 6:30 PM-8:30 PM

Cost per student: $125 which includes clay, glazes and 2 firings.   Students using additional clay will need to consult with the instructor for pricing.

 

Students will learn how to create a variety of functional and artistic projects using slab and hand building techniques as well as using the wheel.  Once they are bisque fired, students will learn how to glaze their work and apply other unique ways to embelish and finish the pieces.

 

This class is great for beginners and returning students!

 

Maximum of 6 students 

More classes this fall!