Sat, Jan 5
12:00pm - 2:00pm
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The art of Turkish tiles and ceramics have a very important in the history of Islamic art. Its roots can be traced at least as far back as the Uighurs of the 8th and 9th centuries. Its subsequent development was influenced by Karakhanid, Ghaznavid, and (especially) Iranian Seljuk art. With the Seljuks' victory over the Byzantines at Malazgirt in 1071,...
Saturday Jan 5th, 12pm - 2pm
This pottery class is for students of all levels who are interested in both hand building and wheel throwing techniques. There will be step-by-step demonstrations and projects for beginners and new inspiring projects for more experienced potters. Fee includes clay, glazes, firing
This is a beginner to advanced class hand-building with clay, sculpting and throwing on the potter’s wheel. Weather and interest permitting, raku firings are done in this class. Drawing and goals are encouraged for this class. Fee includes clay, glazes, firing
Focus on both wheel and hand-building techniques, as well as decorating and glazing high fire stoneware. Classes are for 7th through 12th graders and all instruction is individualized from beginner to advanced. Fee includes clay, glazes, firing A student tool kit is recommended at a cost of $15
Students of all levels will work on individual projects through hand building and/or wheel throwing. Instructor will provide guidance as students create projects that push the limits of clay as well as their creativity. Learn how to complete forms through glaze decoration. Lots of demonstrations and one on one instruction provided. EAC provides...
This 10-week course focuses on all the basics of pottery making. Students will learn hand building, using a potter's wheel, surface decoration and glazing. Classes are small enough to accommodate some tailoring to the interests of the group. Materials & Firing Charges: Tuition does not include materials or firings. Finished...
This beginning to intermediate level class will explore the functional object and its relationship to the dinner table. Special attention will be paid to creating properly functioning forms such as bowls, plates, cups, and more. Methods of throwing, trimming, hand building and a variety of finishing techniques will be demonstrated and discussed.
Kick off your weekend. Bring a date to the ceramics studio and learn to make your own pots together. Bring light refreshments to enjoy as your teacher guides you through the basics of the wheel and handbuilding. Everyone will create two pots to be glazed and fired.
This is an exciting and creative class directed towards advancing the techniques of students with prior instruction or knowledge in handbuilding or wheelthrowing. Throughout the session students will have the opportunity to experiment with traditional and contemporary surface decoration methods used in ceramics. Such methods include: mishima,...
In this workshop, through demonstrations about planning form and space on the wheel, we will examine what makes appropriate surface treatment on particular forms, using design principles as our guide. We’ll use slips in a variety of ways from trailing to sgraffito, inlaying and resists to develop ideas about individualizing your surface treatments....
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Learn to use the pottery wheel in this beginning class that will cover bowls, plates, and cups. Students will also learn basic handbuilding techniques to broaden the scope of possible projects. Specific pieces will be demonstrated each week to continue challenging even intermediate students while allowing for self-exploration and the development...
Come try your hand at working with clay on the potter's wheel. Mudflat teacher Lisa Knebel will show you how to use the potter's wheel to make your own pots. Each student will save one pot that they make and it will be glazed and fired. This is a great way to see if you like this approach to working with clay.