Pottery and Ceramic Art Winter / Spring 2013 Class Registration for Adults and Children

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Registration has started for our Winter and Spring 2013 Pottery 8-week Programs for Adults or Children at all levels. Learn the art of pottery through our ceramic art classes, using the potters wheel and sculpting, in a spacious studio centrally located in Stamford, CT.

Instruction activities for children and adults include group classes (beginners to advanced), private lessons for adults or children and after school ceramic art classes. Classes offered mornings, evenings, afternoons and weekends.

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Learn the art of making pottery and create decorative and
functional pottery in a spacious studio. This class is designed for the beginner and for those who have
taken beginning pottery classes in the past, and will cover the basic and intermediate level working with clay -- this class is mainly focused on wheel-thrown pottery (centering, pulling walls, shaping and rimming) and glazing
with some exposures to hand building. We'll give you the basic skills and knowledge so you are ready, if you choose, to become an open studio member.

Typically, students take this class more than once before they are comfortable moving on to the next level. Our teaching method is thorough covering each aspect of the potter's wheel step by step with hands-on instructions.


Our 8-week after school Pottery / Ceramic Art programs are designed to provide children with the experience of an actual professional pottery studio. During each weekly program, the students will learn to use the
potters wheel, learn handbuilding / sculpturing techniques and glaze all of their projects that they will accomplish during the program. The projects are fun and creative and will be taught by our accomplished artist / teachers. No
prior ceramics or clay experience is required. More challenging work will be assigned to students with previous experience.  More details



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