Westchester Arts workshops classes
Clay Art Center Offers 2-3 Adult Classes daily, 7 days per week for all levels and interests.
Clay is touching the lives of hundreds of students every semester. Adult classes and workshops are offered from beginning to advanced, wheel throwing on the pottery wheel, figure sculpture and more. Morning, evening and weekend semester-long classes are available- in addition to six week and one-time classes for those wanting to get their feet wet. Cladies Night, Our newest and most popular addition is a great bar alternative on Friday nights. Offered weekly beginning in the Fall, this is a great girls’ night out or date night. Participants have fun and get their hand dirty while learning to use the potter’s wheel. Also new this fall, Saturday Drop-In Clay Class: two hours of fun for families and friends. In November and December, Clay Art Center will be offering weekly Holiday themed mini classes for all levels. Topics include making menorahs, candlesticks, ornaments and jewelry for gifts and home decor.
Each week, our classes gather for 2-3 hours to create, relax, escape from daily stresses and experience the transformative powers of clay. During classes, students learn the techniques of working with clay and Clay Art Center teaching artists share their knowledge, experience and insight. Class sizes are small to maximize the learning potential of each student. Over 40 hours of Open Studio are available to current students per week.
Fall Classes begin September 5, 2014. Interested participants can find a full listing on our website. People are encouraged to stop by to find out more, take a tour, and meet our teaching artists and residents. The goal of our classes is to offer a new way to express and engage in self discovery in a welcoming and supportive environment.
Clay Art Center also has an exciting line-up of workshops for the fall semester. In addition to regular monthly Raku workshops, on September 28, Professor Emeritus of Skidmore College Regis Brodie will give a workshop entitled Second Generation Tarpaper Construction: Continuing & Expanding. This workshop will allow participants to explore and maximize building potential using tar paper construction. On October 18-19, artist and Educator Gail Kendall and art for social change activist Michael Strand will give a workshop give a A Weekend Pottery Workshop. The two are friends in art and life. Although their goals are seemingly different, in this workshop they will share their commonalities and explore their different paths while also talking about pottery, pottery making, techniques and technologies.
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