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This is an introductory pottery course designed to give the beginning student an overview of making objects on the potter's wheel as well as glazing and firing. Instruction will also accommodate more advanced students who find satisfaction working more independently on projects of greater difficulty and size. This class runs for 10 weeks, two nights per week. Registration is limited to 12 students. Supplies are not included in the course fee.
This pottery course provides a continuation in the development of wheel throwing skills, involving larger and more complicated forms, production skills, slip and glaze theory, kiln theory, and glaze firing. Supplies are not included in course fee.
This course is the study of glazes used on pottery. Emphasis is placed on performing glaze tests, analyzing glazes, mixing a variety of glazes, and correcting glaze faults. Supplies are not included in course fee.
This course focuses on pottery making for potters, which includes clay preparation, wheel throwing and trimming, surface decoration and glazing and firing techniques. Supplies not included in course fee.
This course introduces clay bodies, glazes, kilns and firing techniques necessary for making and sfaely firing Raku pottery.
This pottery course provides an advanced design project as assigned from conception to final production. Supplies not included in course fee.