Ceramics

Summer Sessions:

Summer I: June 6 - July 3 (4 weeks)
Summer II: July 11 - August 6 (4 weeks)

Mondays

Handbuilding

Days & Times:
Mondays - 1pm - 4pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio E
Instructor:

Learn a variety of handbuilding construction techniques; pinch pots, coil, and slab construction. Create decorative pieces, functional pieces, representations, or abstract sculptures. Students will finish projects using a variety of glazing methods.

Advanced Handbuilding

Days & Times:
Mondays - 9am - 12pm
Level:
Advanced
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio E
Instructor:

This course is a self-directed ceramics class. Provide your own unique project ideas ranging from vessels to sculptural forms. The instructor will give individual attention such as; help developing an idea, troubleshooting problems, and the final resolve of artwork.

Wheel

Days & Times:
Mondays - 6pm - 9pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio D
Instructor:

This class will introduce you to the fundamental skills necessary to center clay and produce beginning to intermediate pottery forms such as cups, mugs, bowls, plates, cylinders, and vases.  Learn about the balance between aesthetic and utilitarian concerns with this in-depth and fun wheel throwing class.

Tuesdays

Wheel II

Days & Times:
Tuesdays - 9am - 12pm
Level:
Intermediate to Advanced
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio D
Instructor:

This class continues the journey into wheel-formed pottery. This hands-on class includes wheel and glaze demonstrations, critiques, and kiln loading. Types of vessel construction covered in this class include lidded forms, pouring vessels, handles, and large forms. Glaze application and firing techniques will also be taught.

Wheel Night

Days & Times:
Tuesdays - 6pm - 9pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio D
Instructor:

This class will introduce students to the fundamental skills necessary to center clay and produce beginning to intermediate pottery forms such as cups, mugs, bowls, plates, cylinders, and vases. Learn about the balance between aesthetic and utilitarian concerns with this in-depth and fun wheel throwing class.

Wednesdays

Advanced Wheel

Days & Times:
Wednesdays - 9am - 12pm
Level:
Advanced
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio D
Instructor:

This hands-on class includes pottery wheel and glaze demonstrations, critiques, slip application, kiln-loading, and firing. Types of vessel construction covered in this class include platters, jars, pouring vessels, and other large forms and beyond.

Thursdays

Handbuilding for Vessels

Days & Times:
Thursdays - 6pm - 9pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio E
Instructor:

Learn basic clay construction techniques such as pinching, slab work, and coiling.  Create bowls, cups, mugs, plates and more using templates.  Decorate these forms with stamps, slips, and underglazes. No previous clay experience is required.

Fridays

Wheel I

Days & Times:
Fridays - 1pm - 4pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio D
Instructor:

This class will introduce you to the fundamental skills necessary to center clay and produce beginning to intermediate pottery forms such as cups, mugs, bowls, plates, cylinders, and vases.  Learn about the balance between aesthetic and utilitarian concerns with this in-depth and fun wheel throwing class.

Saturdays

Beginning Wheel

Days & Times:
Saturdays - 10am - 12pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
395 Seabrook Road - Studio D
Instructor:

This course will introduce the fundamental skills necessary to center clay on the potter’s wheel and produce vessels such as bowls, cylinders, mugs, plates and vases. Each student will become familiar with the ceramic facility.  Learn about the balance between the form, surface and utilitarian concerns with slips and glazes.