For students of all skill levels, including beginners, this course is designed to teach the many varied techniques and applications for hand building with clay. Students will focus on various ways and tools that can be used to make many forms for utilitarian use. This course will explore the use of pinch, slab, and coil techniques with an emphasis on surface design and glazing techniques.
|October 17 - December 19, 2018||W||Preston Tolbert||CVCC EC, Rm. 1081||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM||$166.25||100865|
This class is open to anyone with previous hand building or wheel experience. Students have the opportunity to work on individual clay projects of their choice and at their own pace to develop the skill level and personal style while receiving guidance from an instructor. Students will have full use of workshop facilities including glazes and kilns. No class 11/20/18.
|October 16 - December 18, 2018||T||Evelyn Arnold||CVCC EC, Rm. 1081||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM||$166.25||101223|
Beginners is an introductory course designed to give students a hands-on educational and artistic experience using clay. Students will learn a variety of techniques including hand building and wheel throwing using the potters' wheel. Students will also gain experience with surface design, glazing and will also be introduced to loading and firing an electric kiln.
This class is designed for the beginning. In this course, students will become familiar with turning methods and materials used in creating basic forms with the potters' wheel. Topics include clay preparation, turning techniques, and basic glaze application. Upon completion, students should be able to center, turn basic forms such as bowls and mugs, apply basic glazes, and be familiar with loading and firing an electric kiln. No class on 11/21/18.
|October 17 - December 19, 2018||W||Evelyn Arnold||CVCC EC, Rm. 1081||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM||$166.25||100868|
Designed for students with prior experience using the potters' wheel, students will learn to create a variety of forms including pitchers, vases, and lidded jars. Also included is instruction on how to apply glazes and the proper procedure for loading and firing an electric kiln. Upon completion, students will be familiar with working on the potter's wheel, glaze application and firing techniques. No class 11/22/18.
|October 18 - December 20, 2018||TH||Preston Tolbert||CVCC EC, Rm. 1081||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM||$166.25||101221|
Experience the excitement of Raku, an ancient Japanese method of glazing and firing either hand built or wheel thrown pottery. Upon completion, students will have a working knowledge of creating pieces using the Raku method, including the unique glazing and firing techniques. This class is for the beginner as well as experienced potter. No class on 11/22/18 for the Thanksgiving holiday.
|October 18 - December 6, 2018||TH||Pat Flachbart||CVCC EC, Rm. 1081||12:30 PM - 3:30 PM||$166.25||102775|
Supply fee covers kiln firings, glaze materials and 1 bag of clay. In addition, students must purchase a tool kit available at the CVCC Bookstore or local craft store. Students should bring a towel, apron, large sponge, and a 5-gallon bucket to class. Dress in comfortable clothes that you do not mind getting dirty.
Classes will be held on the East Campus (EC).
For questions about the courses contact Evelyn Arnold at firstname.lastname@example.org;
to register you may e-mail Cheri Toney at email@example.com , or register with Instant Online Enrollment.
For further information you may contact the Continuing Education Department at (828) 327-7037.