The term throwing describes creating pottery forms with the use of the potter’s wheel. The goal of this class will be to allow each and every student the opportunity to develop good solid throwing skills. The class will focus on the fundamentals of throwing. Students will be shown how to create well thrown cylinders. The cylinder is the base form for about ninety percent of all thrown forms which include: vases, drinking vessels, pitchers and jars. Glazing and textural surfaces will also be explored to enhance the aesthetic nature of the work. The main focus of this class will be to create well crafted, aesthetically pleasing objects. Practice, exploration of new ideas and experimentation will also be encouraged.
6 Mondays, 1:00-4:00 pm
January 27, February 3, 10, 24, March 2, 9
$190 / $185 PAC Members +five cents per cubic inch
Clay Open Studio Time
Open studio is available on one weekend day for three hours during the class session and is free to enrolled pottery students with only a materials/firing fee of 5 cents per cubic inch. Open studio is available to others with approval of instructor at a rate of $8/hr. + 5 cents per cubic inch materials/firing fee. No instruction is provided during open studio, it’s primarily time for finishing projects and practicing. Studio Manager will provide dates and times.
Clay Studio Rental
Available on a monthly basis for potters with experience.
Contact PAC’s office for info. 845.803.8622
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