Youth & Teen Ceramics with Wheel TN01

Dates: 01/25/2021 – 03/15/2021
Times: 6:00 - 8:00 PM (8 Mondays)
Ages: Ages 7-13 (Flexible - please contact us for details)
Instructor: Rachel Shirey
Member Rate: 210
Non-Member Rate: 240
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Youth & Teen Ceramics with Wheel TN01

Youth & Teen Ceramics with Wheel TN01

Have a relaxing time learning to throw or advancing your skills on the wheel. Extruding, slab rolling, impressing and hand-building will be some of the techniques explored to add sculptural elements to a thrown or hand-built form. Fun hands on learning! All materials are provided! Please allow up to one month for pieces to be fired and ready for pick-up.

Safety measures for Covid-19 include the following:
Small class sizes, temperature reading and review of health systems prior to each class, appropriate social distancing and hourly disinfection of high-touch points. Materials are supplied, but students are encouraged to bring supplies if owned. Sharing will be limited where possible - supplies will be sanitized between use.

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Materials fee is included!

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