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Clay Club aims to connect potters and ceramic artists of our community. We exchange ideas, share information and form friendships
One day workshop people!!! Come hang out with me and I promise a fun time for all. www.cvcc.edu/potters_workshop
$75.00 per person
The CVCC Potters' Workshop is pleased to host visiting artist Shane Mickey. He will be teaching a one-day workshop,Let's Talk Pots, during which Mickey will demonstrate how he creates his signature pitchers, Gnome Jars, and tableware, as well as share techniques for throwing stacked forms and handles.
Mickey studied ceramics at Frostburg State University in Western Maryland, and received his MFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He is a studio potter and owner of the Spring Creek Anagama, a community wood kiln in Bakersville, NC. Shane has taught in various educational settings including, Penland school, Frederick Community College and is an instructor at Appalachian State.
Summer classes are now available for registration! Join the Workshop for Independent Study and Beginning Pottery. View schedule and register now atwww.cvcc.edu/potters_workshop.
The workshop seeks to promote the understanding, appreciation and continuation of Catawba Valley pottery. The goal is to provide contemporary instruction using local, historical methods and materials to make pottery.