Winter 2019— Intermediate and Advanced Hand-building with Steve Palmer, TH 6:30-9:00
This class is for students who have strong skills and a strong sense of design. Each student will develop a body of work that explores and idea, or design well beyond the initial impulse for the work. Techniques will be discussed as needed with the expectation that each student will research, and experiment and explore the issues in their work independently as they develop. Group critiques and conversations will be a regular part of the class.
Supplies are required for class and come with some restrictions. To protect our kilns, all clay and commercial glazes must be purchased from our shop. Beginning students should buy the 630 White Stoneware, others may choose from our list online. New students may use our studio tools or buy a beginner kit. Basic wheel supplies can be purchased online from the drop down menu online under "Buy Supplies". You can bring your own tools, buy them elsewhere, or buy them from us in our shop the first day of class. Our shop has expanded with a wide range of tools, and mid-range clays and glazes. The price of our clays includes all the firings and the use of our dipping glazes. Commercial glazes are only offered as an option. Special thanks to Baltimore and Richmond Clayworks for their support and help with our shop. The sale of our products helps support the existence of this studio.
Teacher: Steve Palmer
Dates: Thursdays, January 10-March 14
- Please go to Student Information in the class pulldown menu for important details. Wavers are available in the studio for signing
- Class runs for 10 weeks.
- Adults attending classes at City Clay have Open Studio hours seven days a week. Open Studio hours fluctuate, so please check the schedule beforehand.