Fri, Mar 17|
Fallbrook School of the Arts, Studio C
AM Pottery & Ceramics, ages 12 and up-Day 8
Its time to dive into creating ceramic art! Join us for 9 weeks of ceramics and pottery at the Fallbrook School of the Arts. Skills include: coiling, pinch pits, slab construction, pottery wheel, glazing, firing. This class fills up fast--so we are offering TWO classes--choose the correct time!
Time & Location
Mar 17, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Fallbrook School of the Arts, Studio C, 310 E Alvarado St, Fallbrook, CA 92028, USA
About The Event
Requirements: ages 12 or older, must wear close-toed shoes, must have *some* previous ceramic experience, signed FSA waiver to first day of class
Days, Times: Fridays, sesion 2, 12:30-2:30pm
Location: Fallbrook School of the Arts
Cost: $215 per student
Course Description: It’s time to dive into creating ceramic art! Join Instructor Maggie Skidmore for this special eight-week class and play with clay as you learn to design and shape artful ceramic creations using hand-building techniques for sculpted art. You’ll also have the opportunity to throw clay on a potter’s wheel to make vessels like bowls, cups or pots. Maggie will teach coiling, pinch pots, slab construction, etc. to take your ceramic art to the next level. Plus, you’ll learn about glazing your art to prepare it for being fired in a kiln. This process transforms the matte clay into vibrant artwork you’ll treasure for a lifetime. Maggie will provide project ideas, but you’ll have the freedom to create your own art.
**Please Note: Some art may not be glazed and fired. All art must be picked up at FSA within two weeks of completion of the class
About the Teacher:
Maggie Skidmore first started playing with clay as a kid, digging clay deposits out of a stream bed near her home on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. She has explored many art forms throughout her life. Maggie minored in art while earning a bachelor's degree in business fdrom the University of ashinton. Then after moving with her husband to California in 1990 she studied photography at Palomar Collge and worked as a professional photography assistant. While raising her two kids, she worked in the theater arts creating props and costumes for all their youth theater productions.
Maggie has been practicing ceramics since her first class with Merrill Everett at Fallbrook School ofthe Arts 16 years ago and is currently studying ceramics at Mira Costa College. She is warm, sweet, and full of patience--and her classes are in high demand, as she is adored by all her students.
Session 2 Ceramics PM
+$5.38 service fee
Ceramics & Pottery for ages 12+ 12:30pm-2:30 pm
+$5.38 service fee0