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La Mano Pottery is a full service ceramic studio located in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. Opened in 1998, La Mano provides a welcoming studio environment for beginners and experienced potters. Here, everyone can relax, learn, and enhance their creativity while working with clay.
Students attending this class will learn classic ceramics techniques used to make teapots, vases, coffee mugs, and practically any functional and sculptural works they can imagine.
You’ll learn to use the potter’s wheel to create bowls, mugs, teapots, and more.
Play in the mud this summer and discover the joy of working with your hands! Basic classes introduce fundamental handbuilding techniques, including pinch, coil and slab construction and wheel throwing to make bowls, vases, cups, plates and other vessel forms.
Various throwing projects, glazing and surface techniques will be explored in all of the classes.
Take the next step in developing your interest and skills by working more in depth in this special three-class course. Learn more about handbuilding, the wheel and the glazing process. Works will be fired and ready to be picked up one to two weeks after the end of class.
This basic class introduces fundamental handbuilding techniques, including pinch, coil and slab construction and wheel throwing to make bowls, vases, cups, plates and other vessel forms.
Intermediate/advanced classes direct you in developing personal work along with advanced handbuilding and wheel techniques. All levels cover use of slips, glazes and surface decoration.
Master the art of working on the potter’s wheel. Basic classes begin with fundamentals; new forms and glazing and deco-rating techniques are demonstrated each week. This class will help you begin mastering the art of working on the potter’s wheel.
Our instructor will show and assist you with the basic techniques of the potter's wheel and will move on to more advanced projects if you are a repeat offender :)
Students will get a feel for what goes on in classes and workshops with these bargain price trial sessions.
An introduction to the basic elements of throwing on the wheel and surface decoration. Intermediate students develop increased skills through more demanding projects that explore a variety of shape and glaze possibilities.
Students pursue their own individual handbuilding projects with occasional class assignments and demonstrations. Instructor critiques, slides, readings, films and field trips will also be included. Must be skilled in working with clay.
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These ceramic one-shots are ultimate summer quickies. You'll make a couple of entertaining dishes that will be with you long after the leaves have fallen.
Investigate how the activity of making pottery can be a wonderful vehicle for quieting the mind. Not unlike meditation, working with clay can also help us to be more present and focused in the moment. In this class we will learn and develop various skills of working on the wheel, while exploring how at whatever level this can be a useful means for cultivating the prac
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