The second part of this workshop series will focus on glazing your handmade seder plates so that they’re ready for Passover.
In this session, we will learn about casting slip - the liquid clay used to take casts of molds.
In this session, we will cover the basics of mold making using found objects or handmade prototypes.
Learn how to create a prototype on the wheel or through handbuilding.
Throw your next birthday party with the help of a teaching artist and a little clay. Birthday parties are thrown in the Arts Studio with food and drink available in a separate room. Packages range from pinch pot projects to painting-themed bisque ware. Each participant will work on one piece during the party, the studio will finish the piece and fire it in our kilns (all fees included). Pieces are available for pickup three to four weeks after the party.
Book a private ceramics event for yourself, a semi-private event for two – sixteen guests, or a team-building event for colleagues. Classes will be tailored to the needs of the individual or group. Ceramics private events are a great way to celebrate bridal showers, bachelor/bachelorette, Parents' Day out, and more!
This class is designed for beginners and for those who want to improve their basic throwing skills. Come get your hands dirty in this fun and thorough introduction to throwing clay on the pottery wheel! This class will provide hands-on instruction covering the fundamentals of wedging clay, centering, opening, pulling up and shaping your pots.
This course is for those who have already taken the Introduction to Ceramics and Beginners series or have approval from the ceramics department. Classes are designed to allow room for student exploration of more advanced wheel and hand-building techniques. Students who take this class have an idea of the ceramic projects they want to do and prefer a free flowing class. The instructor is there to help facilitate your clay journey and to suggest ideas on how to refine your project.