Registration now open! This will be a hands-on, fun workshop with a small class size, allowing for you to explore your style and get individualized instruction.
For full details, go to www.snowfarm.org, but here’s the skinny:
Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program
OCT 1 – OCT 4
Wheel Throwing with Alterations in Porcelain
TAUGHT BY: Elizabeth Cohen
Working with porcelain, learn traditional wheel methods, plus tricks and tips for successful throwing. Techniques include quick centering, direct touch, and alteration of forms out of round. Class emphasizes experimentation, taking risks, and the pursuit of individual style. Instructor demos will be followed by personalized instruction for each student. Some experience preferred. Some, but not all, work may be bisque fired.
On Friday, March 29 at 11:15, I will be presenting about my experience teaching ceramics to deafblind students at the Perkins School for the Blind. If you are going to NCECA, please come on by. If you want to learn more about this topic, please scroll down to read my article published in the “Education” issue of the Studio Potter Journal.