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The Clay CoOp offers adult classes in its expanded space, ‘The Classroom’.  We will be continuing to offer many new opportunities for our community to connect with clay and learn from our artist instructors.  Check out the information below to see what best suits your needs. We offer a flexible make-up policy of allowing scheduled drop-ins during each session.

 

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​Winter Classes 2021 | 2022

Beginner Wheel  (Full, Waitlist)
Monday (12/6-1/10) 6pm-9pm 
Instructor: Chris Landers
6 weeks - $330
(only 6 students per class)
In this class students will learn the fundamental skills of the wheel while being exposed to more complex ideas of aesthetics and function.  In addition to developing a working knowledge of the ceramic process, students will be introduced to design as well as contemporary ceramics topics and aesthetic sensibilities.

Beginner Wheel (Full, Waitlist)
Monday (1/17-2/21) 6pm-9pm 
Instructor: Chris Landers
6 weeks - $330
(only 6 students per class)
In this class students will learn the fundamental skills of the wheel while being exposed to more complex ideas of aesthetics and function.  In addition to developing a working knowledge of the ceramic process, students will be introduced to design as well as contemporary ceramics topics and aesthetic sensibilities.

Beginner and Intermediate Wheel (Full, Waitlist)
Tuesday (12/7-1/11) 6pm-9pm 
Instructor: Chris Landers
6 weeks - $330
(only 6 students per class)
In this class students will learn the fundamental skills of the wheel while being exposed to more complex ideas of aesthetics and function.  In addition to developing a working knowledge of the ceramic process, students will be introduced to design as well as contemporary ceramics topics and aesthetic sensibilities.

Handbuilding  (Full, Waitlist)
Tuesday (1/18-2/22) 6pm-9pm 
Instructor: Chris Landers
6 weeks - $330
(only 6 students per class)
In this class we will explore clay and it attributes. The class will learn about creating a unique visual language by making stamps and texture rollers. Then we will move on to an overview of the three main techniques: pinch, slab, and coil. We will then finish out by conceptualizing our own projects while exploring strategies of execution with instructor’s guidance along the way.


Open Studio Classes (Full, Waitlist)
(Must have taken a class prior at The Clay CoOp to enroll)
These classes are perfect for students who like to follow their own lead. They are open to students with various skill levels, but some clay experience is required.  Ideally, you know what you want to do and just need some help getting there!  We’re here to guide you. Our student directed classes offer an open studio environment with direct one-on-one access to qualified instructors.  Classes will max out at 6 students to maintain an ideal intimate student to instructor ratio. Classes will meet once a week for 3 hours.  On your first day you will be provided with a 25-pound box of clay.  All necessary tools and materials will be provided. Additional clay is always available to purchase if need be.
 
Wednesday (11/3-12/22, no class 11/24) 6pm-9pm (Full, Waitlist)
Instructor: Chris Landers
7 weeks - $360
(only 6 students per class)

Wednesday (12/29-2/9) 6pm-9pm (Full, Waitlist)
Instructor: Chris Landers
7 weeks - $360
(only 6 students per class)

Thursday (11/4-12/23, no class 11/25) 6pm-9pm (Full, Waitlist)
Instructor: Chris Landers
7 weeks - $360
(only 6 students per class)

Thursday (12/30-2/10) 6pm-9pm (Full, Waitlist)
Instructor: Chris Landers
7 weeks - $360
(only 6 students per class)

Thursday (12/30-2/10) 10am-1pm (Full, Waitlist)
Instructor: Chris Landers
7 weeks - $360
(only 6 students per class)


Beginner and Intermediate Wheel (Full, Waitlist)
Friday (1/7-2/11) 10-1pm 
Instructor: Chris Landers
6 weeks - $330
(only 6 students per class)
In this class students will learn the fundamental skills of the wheel while being exposed to more complex ideas of aesthetics and function.  In addition to developing a working knowledge of the ceramic process, students will be introduced to design as well as contemporary ceramics topics and aesthetic sensibilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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