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CLAY: EXPLORING EARTHENWARE (CANCELED)

Monday, April 29, 2013 – Monday, June 3, 2013 / 6:00 pm

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NOTE: This class has been canceled. Please consider signing up for Clay: Earthworks beginning May 22.
Earthenware is the most common form of clay on the planet, and one the oldest materials used to make pottery. It's easy to work with, takes very little fuel to fire, and is an exceptional material for making flower pots, sourdough crocks, and a host of other useful and beautiful objects. In this class students will work with a rich, red clay using hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques. Clay, glazes and tools will be provided by the Museum and all works will be fired in the Museum's kiln.




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<b>NOTE: This class has been canceled. Please consider signing up for <i>Clay: Earthworks</i> beginning May 22.</b><br>
Earthenware is the most common form of clay on the planet, and one the oldest materials used to make pottery.  It's easy to work with, takes very little fuel to fire, and is an exceptional material for making flower pots, sourdough crocks, and a host of other useful and beautiful objects.  In this class students will work with a rich, red clay using hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques.  Clay, glazes and tools will be provided by the Museum and all works will be fired in the Museum's kiln.


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