All classes held in the Art School Ceramics Studio.
Tuition does not include clay. Students must purchase all clay from the Art School. Students enrolled in a ceramics class may use the studio during posted Open Studio hours.
Ceramic Expression • CRJV172A58
Hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques will be demonstrated with an emphasis on exploring the versatility of the wheel. Instruction will be presented on selecting clay bodies, glaze application, kiln use, craftsmanship, and creating a personal aesthetic. Tools and clay: Tuition does not i...Jon Vongvichai
Intro to Clay • CRCT172A59
Learn beginning and intermediate clay-handling techniques. Slab, coiled, and wheel-thrown forms are explored. Individual projects are encouraged. Course includes discussions on high-fire glazes, glaze application, and kiln operation. Tools and clay: Tuition does not include tools or clay...Cynthia Tesoro
Jazzy Clay • CRAH172A60
Jazz up your evening with clay. We will explore basic hand-building and wheel-thrown techniques, which will crescendo into your own artistic expression or perhaps just some improv. Along with the nature of ceramics, students will learn technical information such as glaze application, and the cera...Ashley Huang
Raku • CRJP172A61
Work with hand-built and wheel-thrown stoneware as you learn about raku, kiln use, glazing, resist application, and other low-fire methods such as “popcorn” and horsehair firing. Tools and safety are also covered. Tools and clay: Tuition does not include tools or clay. Students must ...Joel Park
Soda and Stuff • CRJV172A62
Develop aesthetics in form and function as it relates to the nuances of the soda fire process. Discussions about the firing process and theory will be focused as it relates to successful experimentation related to soda kiln process. Students are encouraged to load and fire the kiln to increase u...Jon Vongvichai