Adult Clay

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September 19, 2019 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

There is no limit to what you can make with clay! These classes provide instruction for the novice as well as those experienced with clay. Students new to clay will work on projects designed to introduce techniques such as pinch, coil, and slab. Instruction is also available to those who wish to try the potter’s wheel. Roll up your sleeves and give it a try. Advanced students may work in their choice of direction. Various glazing techniques will be covered as well. Come with ideas and to meet new friends!

  • Monday  6:00pm-9:00 PM Instructors: Maureen Bokhart & Pat Lightfoot
  • Tuesday 6:00pm-9:00 PM Instructors: Maureen Bokhart & Pat Lightfoot
  • Wednesday 6:00-9:00 PM Instructor: Adam Stuart
  • Thursday: 6:00pm-9:00 PM Instructor: Charlie Schwartz
2 thoughts on “Adult Clay
  1. Blake Castonguay

    Hi there! I am very interested in joining the adult clay class but I’m a week late! Is it still possible to jump in after missing one class? Thanks so much!!

    September 22, 2019 Reply
    • Autumn Reyes

      Hello Blake! It is! Give us a call at the studio 989-894-2323!

      September 24, 2019 Reply
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