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Visual Arts

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Adult  Summer Classes

Summer Ceramics Sampler

Instructor: Kimberly Riner

Time: 5:30pm - 8 pm

Ages: 14+

Dates:  June 4 - July 23   

Location: Roxie Remley 3D Studio

Tuition: $224 per 8-week session

($204 for members)

Join Kim Riner for this special summer session of our Ceramics Sampler clay class!  No matter how young or old you can be successful in clay. Employing a variety of hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques, we will have fun making functional and sculptural pieces. We will glaze and fire our work to take home and enjoy. This is a perfect class for all levels!    Our instructor will individualize instruction to your needs. Tuition includes 25 lbs. of clay with glazes and firings, as well as practice time during Open Studio hours. Additional clay and tools can be purchased. 


Beginning Wheel Throwing

Instructor: John Skelton

Dates: June 3 - July 22

Time: Mondays at 5:30 - 8 pm

Location: Roxie Remley 3D Studio

Tuition: $224 per 8-week session

($204 for members)

Want to focus only on learning how to throw on the wheel?  This class is designed for you! In this eight-week course, you will learn the techniques of throwing cups, bowls and small vases on a pottery wheel, apply colorful glazes, and fire your work. All of your work will be functional in the home. 

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Memorialization of Mixed Media Workshop

Instructor: Edward Fox Newcomb

Dates: June 4 - 11

Ages: 16+

Time: Tuesdays at 5:30 - 7 pm

Location: Roxie Remley, Olson 2D Studio

Tuition: $50 

Supply Fee: Materials suggested: Any materials that you would like to use that resemble the memorialization of someone or something within your life.

Do you have materials from a loved one, grandparent, pet or life long ago, ashes, or photographs during meaningful 6mes in your life? These could also just be random materials that you would like to preserve or have collected as a child. If so, you have the chance in this course to create a m ul6media, sculpture, pain6ng, and or digital image that recreates the meaning behind the relics. We will explore the following visual examples and objectives. Standard: Students will be crea6ng, sculpting, repurposing & gathering inten6onal representations of a relic, person, or period. Enabling the artwork to have a memory of someone or something from an old life into a new one.

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