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SPRING 2024: Beginner Cone 6 Glaze Making with Tim Steinmann, Fridays, 12:30pm



Students will learn the basics of cone 6 glaze formulation by working individually and in groups to make and test glazes and materials. Class participants will learn the basics of designing a cone six glaze, testing the safety of a glaze, and methods of problem solving glaze defects. No prior experience mixing glazes is required. **Please note: there is no scheduled class meeting on Friday April 12**


Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: No previous experience necessary.
Materials Included: The class fee includes aprons, towels, and all glaze making materials, supplies and test firings
Requirements: To protect our kilns, clay must be purchased from 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 on pots we are to fire for you. Your are welcome to bring your own tools or buy new ones in our shop.
Instructor: Tim Steinmann
Instructor Bio: Tim makes pots intended to provide users with meditative moments and respite. He studied ceramics at the University of Utah as well as Utah Valley University. Currently he is a full-time apprentice at Tye River Pottery under Kevin Crowe. His pots are fired for seven days in a wood kiln. Tim enjoys the process of inlay. Inlay offers an exchange of energy between himself and his work, that can be felt as the subtle details of his pots are explored.
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The class fee includes 8 class sessions and all glaze making materials.

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