Pottery Wheel Camp
Kids get lost in the creative process when the pottery wheel begins to spin! Each day will be spent discovering the connection between hands and clay, learning about centering, and making vessels and bowls. Glazing will make everything they make functional.
Instructor: Amy Holland
Class Fee: $110
Age level: Ages 6-12
Camp Code: PW
Dates: Aug 4-7 (Mon-Thurs)
Pottery Partners: Buddy Up and Muddy Up!
Are you curious about clay, have you always wanted to try it? Choose a workshop in either hand building or wheel throwing (or both!) and learn the basic skills in this clay class designed for pairs. Come with a friend, bring a child, or make it a date. Work side by side in this one day workshop to create functional and sculptural art. No experience necessary.
Class Fee: /person (/pair)
Age level: Ages 8+
July 12 (Sat)
Session A — 10a-12p Pottery Partners (Wheel Throwing) CAMP CODE: PPW(A)
Session B — 1-3p Pottery Partners (Hand Building) CAMP CODE: PPH(A)
August 9 (Sat)
Session C — 10a-12p Pottery Partners (Hand Building) CAMP CODE: PPH(B)
Session D— 1-3p Pottery Partners (Wheel Throwing) CAMP CODE: PPW(B)
Mixed Media Classes
ALL Classes will run with a minimum of 4, with room for 10. To Register For any of the below classes:
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Mixed Media Collage
Explore a variety of media and discover the fun of combining many materials into one lively creation! We will focus on collage, found materials, self expression, and color theory while learning about historical artists and their unique techniques and inspirations.
Instructor: Lyndsay Hoke
Class Fee: $110
Age level: ages 13+ | Camp Code: MC(K)
Dates: June 16-20 (Mon-Thurs)
Age level: Ages 6-12 | Camp Code: MC(t)
Dates: Aug 18-21 (Mon-Thurs)
Join the challenging and encouraging world of mosaics in this fun filled week of color theory, formal elements, design and creativity! In this class students will learn the basics of mosaic making. With lots of images and references to inspire creativity, students will learn about materials, adhesives, tools, techniques, color theory, and the formal elements of design.
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Evil expensive. Spend $100 and get a VCR ( used if need be ) and really cheap running shoes. Tape the cooking shows on KQED and KRON, run around your neighborhood until dizzy. Actually go to all the advertised farmers markets. Walk everything and examine everything. Go to Cala, Rainbow, compare produce...
And keep a little note book! Make notes. galore. from the tv at the markets, numbers, addresses, suppliers. Buy used restaurant sauce pans and copper clad, steel etc stuff! It's cheap used and you can always give/ throw it away.
Find a gas stove and occasionally cook on an electric range! Live life!
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