Ceramics Workshops

By: Arteast  11/22/2011

Thursdays, October 6 & 13 (2 sessions), 10am – 1pm

Make your own little creatures or creations with clay. These creations are made with joined clay pinch pots so they are hollow. In our first class we will make pinch pots, talk about design, and put together our creations. In the second class we will …


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