Beginning Handbuilding, 8 Weeks, Wednesdays, 6:30 – 9:00 PM, Kimberly Shelton

January 01, 1970

This beginning/intermediate class will cover basic hand building techniques including coiling, slabbing, extruding and pinching. Come with your own inspired ideas and I will guide you through different variations of making or develop your skills replicating my demonstrations. We will cover a variety of surface treatments for finishing your creations

Handbuilding Functional and Sculptural Tableware, 8 Weeks, Tuesdays, 10:00 – 12:30 PM, Kimberly Shelton

January 01, 1970

We will explore how to combine basic hand-building techniques to create unique pieces for your table or mantle. We will explore slab work, extrusions, and creating templates for construction. We will also create our own slump and hump molds for making multiples. Bring your own ideas to the table as well as forms you want […]

Korean Language Handbuilding & Wheel, Mondays, 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM, Moonhee Kim

January 01, 1970

This is a beginning/intermediate level pottery class instructed in the Korean language. During the eight-week session, the class will learn fundamental knowledge and techniques required to hand-build, decorate, and glaze ceramic artifacts. Students will also have enough opportunity to learn and practice basic skills for making wheel-thrown works. Qualifies as a 20-Hour Continuing Education Class […]

Korean Language Handbuilding & Pottery Wheel: Intermediate & Advanced, Tuesdays, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Un Hwang Cho

January 01, 1970

This class is taught in the Korean language and is for Intermediate/Advanced students who want to learn and advance their design concepts and wheel skills. The instructors will help and guide each student to make their own useful/creative pieces and artifacts throughout the course of instruction. Students must have permission of instructor in order to register […]

Korean Language Handbuilding & Pottery Wheel: Intermediate & Advanced, Wednesdays, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Un Hwang Cho

January 01, 1970

This class is taught in the Korean language and is for Intermediate and Advanced students who want to learn and advance their design concepts and wheel skills. The instructors will help and guide each student to make their own useful/creative pieces and artifacts throughout the course of instruction. Students must have permission of instructor in […]

Pottery Wheel – Beginning & Intermediate, Tuesdays, 6:30 PM – 9 PM, Allison Kruskamp

January 01, 1970

Whether you’re looking to learn the basics or refine your skills, there’s something for everyone in this all levels class. Beginners will learn the fundamentals of functional pottery and for intermediate students, the instructor will create challenging projects that will expand your technical abilities and creative thinking. We will discuss several forms of surface techniques […]

Expressive Sculpture: Clay Inspirations, Wednesdays, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Joyce Blair Reese

January 01, 1970

Join us and be inspired to express yourself with clay! Come with a list of projects, ideas, techniques and treatments that you would like to learn about and accomplish this session. You will each choose your own goals and specific clay project(s) that you want to work on. Whether you are interested in working on […]

Pottery Wheel: Beginning & Intermediate, Wednesdays, 6:30 PM – 9 PM, Vernon Smith

January 01, 1970

Whether you’re looking to learn the basics or refine your skills, there’s something for everyone in this all levels class. Beginners will learn the fundamentals of functional pottery and for intermediate students, the instructor will create challenging projects that will expand your technical abilities and creative thinking. Qualifies as 20-Hour Continuing Education Class

Expressive Sculpture: Clay Inspirations, Thursdays, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Joyce Blair Reese

January 01, 1970

Join us and be inspired to express yourself with clay! Come with a list of projects, ideas, techniques and treatments that you would like to learn about and accomplish this session. You will each choose your own goals and specific clay project(s) that you want to work on. Whether you are interested in working on […]

Throwing on the Pottery Wheel Throwing, Thursday, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Kimberly Shelton

January 01, 1970

Have you always been mesmerized by watching people turn pottery on the wheel? Well it’s your turn to give it a whirl. Learn the basics of centering a ball of clay, pulling the walls and creating your own cups, bowls and vases. If you already know the basics, we will explore more complicated forms by […]

Pottery Wheel Seminar: Intermediate & Advanced, Thursday, 7 PM – 9:30 PM, Rick Berman

January 01, 1970

This class will have two instructors – one on the 1st, 3rd,  5th and 7th. The weeks in between will be independent study, where students will continue to expand on ideas and demonstrations introduced the previous week. Come join us! Qualifies as 20-Hour Continuing Education Class

Pottery Wheel: Intermediate & Advanced, Fridays, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Vernon Smith

January 01, 1970

This class will focus on the techniques needed to make more precise or larger forms on the wheel as well as honing design ideas from concept to finished piece. Altering thrown forms and incorporating handbuilding tools and techniques will be discussed in class projects, and the instructor will work with students on an individual basis […]

Guided Independent Study – 8 weeks, Fridays, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Carol Knight

January 01, 1970

This a guided independent study that will meet on Fridays.  You will be required to come to class prepared to work on your own project(s) for the session. Any questions of technique will be handled on a request for answer basis.  Wheel throwing, handbuilding, glaze mixing and glaze techniques will be explored, along with other […]

Calligraphy: Irresistible Italics – 6 weeks, Tuesdays, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, Michael Smith

January 01, 1970

The Italic hand (Chancery Cursive) is “arguably” the most popular calligraphic hand. Its graceful beauty often hides the subtlety and versatility of this practical hand. All experience levels are welcome as we explore tools and materials used, letter structure, rhythm, spacing, along with basic design principles and methods of executing a project of choice. See […]

Oil or Acrylic Painting, Wednesdays, 10 AM – 12:30 PM, Elizabeth Stallings

January 01, 1970

This studio painting class provides an exciting, interactive environment for learning, and the opportunity to develop your creative side!  Beginners find the class to be the perfect introduction to painting, and advanced painters to professional artists are challenged to explore their painting direction and develop a body of work. Instruction covers the core principles of […]

Painting & Drawing: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor or Pastel, Wednesdays, 1:15 PM – 3:30 PM, Elizabeth Stallings

January 01, 1970

Learn to paint and draw with confidence in the medium of your choice (oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, or experiment with mixing mediums!).  This relaxed and informative studio painting class allows beginners to receive a solid foundation in the painting arts, while more experienced students benefit from advancing their skills and developing a personal style. Each […]

Basic Photography, 6 Weeks, Wednesdays, 7 PM to 9 PM, Joel Conison

January 01, 1970

In this course, students may use either a digital or film camera, set to automatic or manual.  We will learn what it means to see through your lens and how to express yourself through photography. The fundamentals of art (composition, shape, line and form, etc.) will be explored through class assignments each week concentrating on […]

Creative Drawing and Watercolor, Thursdays, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, Bill Stevens

January 01, 1970

Bill Stevens is a published illustrator with many years of teaching experience. Drawing elements such as line, texture, and perspective will be covered. Explore the unique use of watercolor in your drawings. Various tools other than pencil and brush are used to achieve ultimate end results.  Beginners will benefit from the special emphasis on the […]

Oil or Acrylic Painting – 6 Weeks, Saturdays, 10 AM – 12 PM, Elizabeth Stallings

January 01, 1970

Our Saturday morning painting class is a time to enjoy learning, stretch some creative muscles and have some painting fun!   Side by side, beginning painters receive a solid foundation in core painting skills, while experienced painters learn new tips and techniques for improvement.  Students paint from their own references (typically photos) in the subject matter […]

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