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Polymer Clay Sculpting: Making Food!

Tacos! Let's Make Polymer Clay Taco Charms

Cristi M
Average rating:4.7Number of reviews:(95)
In this one-time, 60 minute course, students will explore the properties of polymer clay to make miniature tacos.

Class experience

Learners will explore the process of creating a charm using polymer clay.  They will use different methods of mixing and blending the clay, shaping and adding texture, and settling on a finished form. 
I have been creating polymer clay jewelry and miniatures for over a decade.  My approach is to show learners the basics and then let them add their own unique spin to it to create their own design.  I find that students have great success through exploring the properties of a medium and then making creative choices in how to apply those properties artistically.  I have taught art in a variety of settings to a wide range of ages for nearly 20 years with sculpture as a particular area of focus.  
Homework Offered
Assessments Offered
-We will discuss what we are learning and observing about working with the polymer clay as we create our miniature tacos in the live session. -Learners will complete the class with a finished miniature to bake.
Grades Offered
-Polymer clay (Yellow, brown, green, red, and white)
-A ceramic baking dish to bake the polymer clay
-Pepper (to give the taco shell texture)
-Polymer clay glaze or Mod Podge
-Headpins (if the learner wants to turn this into a charm and turn it into jewelry)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
-Learners may need assistance in baking their finished charm
Average rating:4.7Number of reviews:(95)
I am a current art teacher and I am interested in how technology and art can be combined to create new artwork.  I teach classes using traditional media like paint and colored pencil, but I've also taught young learners how to use clay, cameras,... 
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per class
Meets once
60 min

Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 12-15
1-10 learners per class

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