Hand Build and Decorate Functional Pottery
Instructors: Bette Rintrona and Elise Incze
Thursdays | June 3rd - July 8th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm | 6 Sessions
This is a great class for students who are interested in learning how to build and construct functional pottery pieces. Emphasis will be placed on creating with extruded forms and exploring decorative techniques such as transfer paper and underglaze!
Skill level beginner/intermediate. Some clay experience recommended. Students will learn classic hand building techniques and approaches to build, construct, and decorate functional pieces. Each week a new project will be introduced to expand your skills and techniques. Students will learn hand building techniques to form plates, vases, cups, and create a functional casserole dish! Students will learn how to roll out clay with the slab roller, and use a manual and hydraulic extruder templates to create a variety of forms and designs. Instructors will review equipment and tools, as well as basic studio etiquette. All works created will be glazed and fired. Masks are required and please bring your own apron/smock.
$225.00 / $195.00 Member
*$30.00 materials included in the class price for transfer paper materials and 12 pottery tickets to cover the cost of the clay, glazes, and firing.
Pre-registration is required, space is limited to 6 students.
Registration Deadline: May 27th 2021