Thrown & Altered
POT Studio LA
Los Angeles, California
February 29-March 1, 2020
Learning from Clay’s Gradient of Plasticity
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Handbuilding with Clay
There’s nothing like handbuilding with clay to teach you to slow down and be grounded in the moment. In this weekly class, we will learn the three basic techniques of handbuilding: pinching, coil building and slab building. We will apply and combine these skills to create functional ceramics such as mugs, bowls, pitchers and serving pieces. The class may also be used as an open studio to work on the project of your choice. All materials and tools will be provided. No previous clay experience necessary.
Each session is four weeks long. $50 to sign up. $225 per session for new students, $175 per session for returning students.
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Throw Me Something, 257 Lee Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Studio potter and teaching artist Osa Atoe explores all things lumpy, bumpy, and smooth with terra cotta clay. Children will use artist-quality tools to carve a stamp to create geometric patterns on hand-built clay vessels. Workshops will run from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Knock Knock Museum, 1900 Dalrymple Dr, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Handbuilding with Clay: Making Unique Terracotta Planters
January & February 2018
Hello, clay lovers! In this class, we will be making our own decorative tools and then using them to hand build. We will create bisque stamps from clay that will help us to create personalized and unique textures and patterns on clay slabs and then use the slabs to make plant pots. We’ll have a small selection of succulents available on the last day of class for you to plant in your new pots. All skill levels welcome.
The Journey Lab, 731 Franklin Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70806 United State