This latest installment of the hand building class starts Tuesday 1/19/2016 and will explore the History of Ceramics and the early forms made when humans first discovered and began creating with clay. From ancient French caves to burial fields in Japan, we will “make” our way, learning as we go about the magic that happens when you combine the oldest building material on Earth (clay) with the first tools known to humankind (hands)!
The class is designed for the older child (8yrs +) and younger participants will need help from an older sibling or a parent for support.
Classes are still priced at the friends and family level–$10/individual and $20/family. There is a once per series materials fee of $25 that covers clay and glazes.
Classes are held on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 4:30-6:30 pm (pick one or double up).
Hope to see you!!
Cristian Koshock, Ceramics Teacher & Head of Armstrong HS Art Department
Arthur Kay, Founder of Carverponics & Createspace”
More about the teacher:
Cristian Koshock is the head of the Armstrong High School Art Department and has been teaching ceramics out of his home for years, and decided to make the move to our dedicated classroom space.
More about the class:
The classroom fills up pretty quick, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you are interested in enrolling your child!