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Students will receive individual instruction based on experience, as well as group instruction. All levels are welcome, from beginner to advanced. Some classes focus on hand building, others focus on throwing on the potter’s wheel, and some cover both types of clay techniques. A brief biography of the instructors is given below with the class schedule. Classes run one day per week for the specified number of weeks. Please contact us or the instructors for more information. Click on the instructors names to find out more information about them.


 

Finding Refuge In The World Of Clay with Vianney Paul

Monday, 7pm – 10 pm starting Sept. 21, 2015
12 weeks for $330
Call Vianney at 202-746-1226 or email Vianneypaul@gmail.com

 All levels are welcome.  Beginning students will learn how to make cups, bowls, mugs, and other basic forms on the potter’s wheel, as well as other techniques like pinching, coiling, extruding, and slab work. For intermediate and advanced students, the studio will act as a platform for honing their skills, stretching the imagination, and finding their true voice with clay. The class also includes occasional readings, playful group exercises, and opportunities for critical thinking and discussion. Vianney has a background in painting and printmaking and a laid-back demeanor.





 Finding refuge In The World of Clay  with Vianney Paul

  Tuesday 7-10 pm starting Sept. 22, 2015
$330 for 12 weeks

Call Vianney at 202-746-1226 or email Vianneypaul@gmail.com

All levels are welcome. Beginning students will learn how to make cups, bowls, mugs, and other basic forms on the potter’s wheel, as well as other techniques like pinching, coiling, extruding, and slab work. For intermediate and advanced students, the studio will act as a platform for honing their skills, stretching the imagination, and finding their true voice with clay. The class also includes occasional readings, playful group exercises, and opportunities for critical thinking and discussion. Vianney has a background in painting and printmaking and a laid-back demeanor.





Throwing & Hand building with Chad Collins

Wednesdays, 7 pm – 10 pm starting Sept 9, 2015

$330 for 12 weeks
Call Chad at 816-810-2192

All levels welcome! Chad Collins, a NCAA wrestler during his college years, now turns his dexterity to the ceramic world. Students will be taught various pottery techniques with an emphasis on wheel throwing. Weekly demos will be given on specific forms such as vases, pitchers, jars and teapots. Students will come away with a broad range of experiences taught by an outgoing guy.





For the Love of Clay with Vicki McComas

Thursdays, 12 pm – 3 pm starting Sept 10, 2015

$330 for 12 weeks  or $230 for 8 weeks
Call Vicki at (410) 327-6635

Join Vicki in creating functional or sculptural works, utilizing hand-building and/or throwing techniques. Make works that warm both the heart and the soul. Vicki’s love for clay spans more than 30 years and reflects the world around her in extraordinary ways. She is a graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art and has been in their Continuing Studies program since 1985. Her work is featured in galleries in Pennsylvania, Texas, and Maryland. All levels are welcome and lunch is included!
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Click below for 8 weeks





Throwing and Hand building with Adam Conway

Thursday, 7pm – 10 pm starting Sept 10, 2015
Cost: $330 for 12 weeks or $230 for 8 weeks
Contact Adam@FreeRangePottery.com

All student levels are welcome.  This class will provide both an introduction to the basics, and challenges to the boundaries of your skills.  Starting with essentials of the wheel-throwing process, we will work towards maximizing volume and increasing complexity of form and design while also learning about glazing and studio safety.
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click below for 8 weeks





Hand building with Megan Jones

Friday, 6pm – 10 pm starting Sept 11, 2015
Cost: $390 for 12 weeks or $270 for 8 weeks
Contact Megan at 816-810-2192

This course will teach students all of the fundamentals of hand building from pinch to slab and coil. Students will be invited to explore both the sculptural and functional and will be encouraged to challenge their boundaries. Instructor has background in sculpting figurative and animals sculptures. All levels welcome. Potters are welcome to join, but curriculum will focus on hand building.

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Click below for 8 weeks




Class Registration Please call the instructors with questions about specific classes or to register for classes. Alternatively, call the Potters Guild (410-235-4884). Payment is due by the first class meeting. Our current classes are for adults unless otherwise stated in the description. Major credit cards accepted. Our studio is wheelchair accessible.

Additional Information The Potters Guild follows Baltimore City’s policy for school closures due to snow Materials and Firing Fee are included in CLASS price – Cash or checks preferred. A class that fails to meet the minimum enrollment may be canceled. If you need to withdraw, do so on or before the second time the class meets to receive a full refund. After the second class, no refunds will be given.


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