Adult Ceramics with Wheel CS03

Dates: 01/26/2022 – 03/09/2022
Times: 6:30-9:00PM (7 Wednesdays)
Instructor: Alex Watrous
Member Rate: $145.00
Non-Member Rate: $175.00
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Adult Ceramics with Wheel CS03

Adult Ceramics with Wheel CS03

Learn the basics of wheel throwing while you create plates, bowls, mugs, and more! Students will also learn the beauty of glaze and underglaze to set their pieces apart from the rest. Beginners welcome and encouraged, as well as those with an intermediate or advanced knowledge. Small class sizes allow for individualized attention!

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One 25 pound block of clay is included in the tuition as well as access to our glazes and tools. Additional clay may be purchased for $35/25 lb. block. We maintain stock of two clay bodies: 553 (buff) and 112 (brown speckled). There are test tiles to see the first day to determine which clay body you prefer. Students must have approval from the Sweetwater Ceramic Technician to bring their own clay. Please contact Sweetwater to discuss.

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