WHEEL THROWN CERAMICS
Instructor: Mrs. Hope Smith
Participants will learn how to make pottery on the wheel, including glazing and decorating, and can expect to take home one or more glazed pieces. No prior knowledge of ceramics is needed. It is important for participants to wear flat, closed toe shoes as well as clothes that can get dirty.
Session 1, 2 & 3: Will focus on technique and creating pottery pieces on the wheel
Session 4: We will glaze and decorate the pieces we have created.
This class will run an additional night to allow for the participants to finish their pieces completely. The price for this class will be $105.00.
Mrs. Smith is in her second year teaching at Marist School in the Fine Arts Department. Prior to Marist, Hope worked at the Johns Creek Arts Center as a ceramics teacher while she finished out her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in ceramics at Kennesaw State University. She has been a featured demonstrating artist at the High Museum of Art and has shown work across the United States. Currently, you can find her making work at Art Center West where she is continuing her exploration of the Soda Firing process.
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