These classes are open to anyone 14 years and older.
MARCH 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
GLAZING APRIL 13
MARCH 4,11, 18, 25, APRIL 1
GLAZING APRIL 15
(EARLY BIRD $180 BY
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• Masks will be required for class.
• You will get messy, so bring an apron or wear work clothes and shoes that can get dirty.
• Leave your rings at home.
• Bring a hair tie if you have long hair.
• Entrance to class is at the lower level rear of the building.
• Park out front or in parking area on Grant Street.
Perfect beginners wheel class that includes demonstration and hands-on instruction. In the six sessions, Amy will cover centering on the wheel and basic throwing techniques: how to make cups, bowls and other vessels, how to alter thrown pieces, and make and attach handles. Those with some experience will also benefit from review of techniques. This is strictly a pottery wheel class. Slab work will not be explored in this class. We feel it takes several sessions to grasp the art of throwing and centering.
A separate class will cover basic glazing of your fired pots. Registration includes all materials you will need for class, one bisque firing and one glaze firing. Classes are limited to 6 students, ensuring a high level of individual attention, and are reserved on a first-paid basis. Sorry, we cannot refund money once you have started the classes UNLESS we are shut down for the pandemic once classes have started.In this case, you will receive a pro-rated refund. In the event the class is cancelled before starting, your payment will be refunded.
Classes are held at Main Exhibit Gallery’s fully-accessible Art Center
301 W Main Street • Ligonier • 724-238-2310
Pre-registration and deposit required. See below:
The cost is $180 for six sessions of wheel and one glazing session IF YOU PAY BY February 19. ($190 after, if space is available).
Class size is limited to 6 participants and pre-registration is required with payment.