Ceramic workshops for the novice to advanced techniques. Join us for one or all of them. Professional development credit available for each session.
Beginning to Advanced Wheel Throwing with Marianne Brown Mize
Take your basic throwing skills to a higher level! Students will be expertly guided, at each individual’s skill level, as we examine the fine art of throwing sets of the same shape, such as cups, plates, bowls and more. Limit 7 students.
Teen & Adult | 6:00 – 8:30 PM | Tuesday, March 6, 13, 20, 27 | $110 Regular Price / $100 with Membership
Slab-Built: From Flat to Form with Angela Carbone
Working with soft and hard slabs, hand building construction techniques, templates, and simple molds; students will create a variety of functional pottery forms including cups, vases, plates and one-of-a-kind presentations pots. We’ll emphasize good form, experiment with various surface decorations including wax resist, sgraffito and much more.
Teen & Adult | 6:00 – 8:30 PM | Tuesday, April 3, 10, 17, 24 | $110 Regular Price / $100 with Membership
The Food Connection with Project Learning Tree with Karen Lanier
Learn to teach nature’s role in our food system. Whether you are a formal or non-formal educator, a parent, home school teacher, volunteer or classroom educator, the food system provides a wide range of environmental education opportunities. This one-day training will certify you in Project Learning Tree and equip you with activities and resources for teaching PreK-8th grade, with adaptations for older students and adults. Upon completion of workshop, you’ll receive a certificate of completion and activity guide filled with more than 100 lessons. Network with your peers and enjoy a day of food-based learning. Refreshments provided. PD credit available. 10 person minimum 20 person max. Registration Deadline March 2nd.