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Ceramics Studio: Handbuilding & Wheel Throwing (all levels)

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$445.00

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This course will cover basic handbuilding and wheel throwing skills.  Let’s discover what method is most suited to create the work that best pleases your aesthetic sensibility.  Both wheel throwing and hand building demonstrations will be given. There will be one-on-one attention for those of you pursuing a more advanced agenda.  This will be an engaging experience for beginning and beyond artists looking to work in ceramics.  Clay is a living material and therefore challenging both technically and conceptually as an art medium.  Let's have fun with it!


Michael Porfido                                                        $410/ senior $390  plus $35 clay/firing fee (per brick)           



F50     12  sessions  starting Mon. Sep. 11                 9:30am – 12:30pm


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$445.00

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This course will cover basic handbuilding and wheel throwing skills.  Let’s discover what method is most suited to create the work that best pleases your aesthetic sensibility.  Both wheel throwing and hand building demonstrations will be given. There will be one-on-one attention for those of you pursuing a more advanced agenda.  This will be an engaging experience for beginning and beyond artists looking to work in ceramics.  Clay is a living material and therefore challenging both technically and conceptually as an art medium.  Let's have fun with it! Registration begins July 17, 2017 at 9am

Michael Porfido                                                        $415/ senior $395 plus $35 clay/firing fee (per brick)             

F50     12  sessions  starting Mon. Sep. 11                 9:30am – 12:30pm

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Instructor Michael Porfido
Start Date Sep 11, 2017

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