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We will be making a clay pot. We will discuss the members of our household and who lives in our house or apartment with us. Bring a list of people, their names, your pets names, and we will write those names on the pot. I will be working on a counter top and rolling out clay. I will be demonstrating how to make a small pot. At the end we can each show our pot to the class. Students will be taught step by step and will have time to interact with me and ask questions. My teaching style...
Students will learn how to roll out clay, how to cut clay, and how to write in clay. Student will know haw to make a slab pot and how to write in clay.
None. I have taken art class and worked with clay all of my life. I consider myself to be a 3-D artist. I have taken more formal clay and ceramic classes in high school and in Germany. I have a clay studio in my current home with a kiln in which I use to fire pots I have made by hand or on the wheel. I hope to share my love of working with clay with students here on Outschool.
More names can be inscribed on the pot later after class. Think of who you spent time with these past few months. Write more names of the people and pets on the pot. You can also include names of people you call on the phone.
materials to bring to class: some clay that can be fired later or air dried(can be purchased at Michaels Craft store or any local craft store or on Amazon.com, or sheffield pottery - on line). a rolling pin or a water bottle or glass jar to use to roll the clay out flat. a 1/2 cup of water a pencil or pen used to write in the clay Small moist towel or rag(to wipe hands if needed) Counter top, desk area, or table top area to work on during class A small jar or metal can with a circular opening. We will use it to cut a circle in the clay (for the bottom of the pot).
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Art, drawing, clay
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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261 completed classes
Hi. I am Julie and I currently live in Massachusetts. I teach art (drawing, clay) and puppy/dog training classes(life skills). I am certified to teach art in Massachusetts. I am certified to teach Elementary school in NH, and FL. I have been...