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Coiling is a way of constructing pottery by building smaller pieces onto a base. Students will learn the basics of creating a coil pot, including: *A short history of the ancient art of coil building *An introduction to the various methods of creating coiled pieces; these pieces often vary in shape and size, and serve to create visual interest and texture. *Simple techniques for joining the pieces and creating a "finished" piece. *Finally, students will be led step-by-step through the basic...
I've been playing with clay for over 40 years! I try to inspire my students to find their creativity and to see their art time as educational, productive, and therapeutic. They are encouraged to respect the process of learning a skill, to expect "imperfect" results while they are learning, and to keep practicing to improve.
2 files available upon enrollmentMaterials (have ready for the first session): Students will need at least one pound of clay. Choose the type of clay that best fits your preferences: If you purchase regular plasticine modeling clay (Amazon references: https://goo.gl/5kD4wn , https://goo.gl/Kyf4S7) the clay will not harden and can be used over and over again for new projects. If you purchase polymer clay such as Sculpey or Fimo (Amazon references: https://goo.gl/BjTPK9 , https://goo.gl/wzYyD1 ), it can be oven-baked and used to hold objects (not food-safe). Helpful items: *A covering for the table may be desired; parchment paper or even a paper grocery bag is fine. *Baby wipes are helpful for cleanup. *Something to use as a rolling pin for the clay; if you use one meant for food, you might want to donate it to clay use after the project. Rolling pins for clay aren't super expensive, and you could even use a 6-8" section of broomstick or a piece of thick dowel. *A knife for cutting the clay; a butter or table knife is fine. *A Lazy Susan or turntable of some type is nice, but please don't spend money on this if you don't have one-- that is, unless you really want to. :) *If oven-bake polymer clay is used, student may need help with baking the finished product, including access to an oven or toaster oven; baking instructions should be found on the package directions. You will also want a baking sheet for the oven, and parchment or foil to cover the pan.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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Denise FreisbergVeteran ELA teacher. Empress of Electives. Khaleesi of Crafts.
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I taught middle and high school level English for 26 years, and online ESL for three. In addition, I'm an experienced cake decorator and an avid crafter with many hours of coursework in the arts. I've been on Outschool since 2017, and I'm...