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Ceramics - Wheel Throwing & Hand Building PDF Print E-mail

Ceramics with Cheryl Thompson

Tues (plus Lab)/ 6:00pm - 8:00pm / Mar 20 - May 5
REGISTER BY: Mar 13
Lab time available Saturday 12:00pm - 2:00pm for duration of the class
Seven 2-hour sessions + lab time / 1 credit / APAR F150P
Cost: NOW $146 -- OR $110 if paid in advance!
Plus supplies fee: $35

Learn to make pottery in this popular class that lets you get your hands dirty! Immerse yourself in creating clay object. Learn to work with clay, build projects by hand, throw bowls on a wheel, and glaze and fire your work. Make your own cups and bowls, gifts, and more! Limited to 8 students.

Margaret (Sister) Olson, an accomplished potter, has her own studio in Nome. She has been participating in NWC ceramics classes and activities for many years.

 


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