Wheel Throwing II (Intermediate)
Instructor: Rachel Ward
Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.
Dates: Jan 20 — Feb 24 (6 Sessions)
Location: ARTica Ceramic Studio
In this course, students will learn to perfect their ceramic techniques through intermediate and advanced tips and tricks. Students will learn how to throw a range of functional work and explore ways of decorating and glazing. Students will be expected to address their work creatively- in hopes to create and sustain a ceramic practice and portfolio. The goal of this course is to bring confidence to budding ceramic artists through strengthening throwing skills and finding community within the studio.
*Prerequisites: have taken a beginner’s wheel throwing class
** Supplies are included
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Withdrawal and Refund Policy
1 session courses are nonrefundable.
Withdrawal deadline: 2 business days before the start of your registered course
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Refunds are NOT possible after January 17, 2022.
How will safety guidelines be followed?
All classes taking place in person will be following social distancing and mask wearing guidelines. In-person classes that take place indoors will have a strict student limit so as not to overcrowd a classroom.
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