Ever wonder what it would be like without potters' wheels, glazes, or any heat source other than brush and firewood? Learn how to form and decorate pottery and/or figurative sculpture, using timeless traditional techniques. The course will cover pinch, coil, paddle-and-anvil, scraping, burnishing, applying decorative slips, firing techniques, sealants and more.
Students may submit small work for offsite carbonization (smoke firing) by the instructor. Class cost includes 25 lbs of clay, and all firings.
Before enrolling, please read our policies below.
EAC CLAY STUDIO POLICIES
No one may enter EAC if they are sick, have a fever, or have been in contact with anyone who is suspected of having COVID-19.
Each time you enter EAC you must follow the protocol below.Sign into EAC log book with your contact information.
Wear a face mask the entire time that you are in the building. No exceptions. Wash hands with soap and water or sanitizer upon arrival.
Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
Abstain from eating food inside the building. Abstain from drinking water in the clay studio. Bring your own water bottle and take breaks to drink water outside of the clay studio.
Only one student allowed at a time at Glazing Station to maintain social distancing.
At clean up, sanitize any EAC tools that you use and your work area.Students will be asked to leave if they are not following our safety guidelines.
Additional open studio hours are not a part of our program due to limited students allowed in the building.