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FALL: Multi-level Wheel with Noah Hughey-Commers, Mondays, 6:30pm

This Multi-Level Wheel class is for students with basic, intermediate or advanced skills. Noah will tailor the class to the needs of individuals who want to refine their skills and provide instruction for more complex forms for those who are ready. A mixed group of students is a great opportunity for students to work on their own level and at their own pace.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Students will work on refining their basic skills and developing new skills while working on more complex forms. Students work at their level and pace.
Materials Included: Aprons, towels and practice clay are included in the class fee but, to protect our kilns, clay for your ?keeper pots?pots must be purchased from our shop. You are welcome to bring any tools you have, or you can shop in our store for new ones.
Requirements: To protect our kiln clay must be purchased form our shop. We have our own studio glazes for you to use, and we have a wide variety of commercials glazes available.. We do not allow any other glazes or underglazes to be used in our kilns. Your are welcome to bring your own tools or buy new ones in our shop. Beginners may borrow some studio tools, all others are asked to have their own.
Instructor: Noah Hughey-Commers
Instructor Bio: As a Noah got to help fire wood kilns with Kevin Crowe at Tye River Pottery, learning to love the mechanics of kilns and their connection to process and making. Later on as a teenager he began making pottery, working with Kevin and later, at Piedmont Virginia Community College with Tom Clarkson. He received a bachelors in English from The University of Mary Washington and afterwards returned for a two year apprenticeship at Tye River. With his study completed, Noah spent a few months in the UK exploring other techniques and pottery styles and then came home to design and build his own studio and kiln.
This class includes Open Studio time for practicing on your own outside of your class time, and "catch and release" clay for practice when trying out new skills. Clay for work you want keep needs to be purchased from our shop. To protect our kilns, please

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.