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Class/Workshop Details

Advanced Ceramics

Advanced Ceramics

Tuesday (5:30 pm) 01/05/21 to Thursday (7:30 pm) 02/11/21

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6-Week Session | Clay is $20 a bag | Instructor Richard McDonnell | Register by January 2

Fallbrook School of the Arts
310 E. Alvarado St., Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6383 | email
In Historic Downtown Fallbrook

Details

 

This course is ideal for students who are proficient in either hand-building or throwing and are able to work independently. Ideas for projects will be discussed and demonstrations given based on your interest, input and needs. Suggested projects will build on the concepts introduced in the Beginners / Intermediate class and focus on advanced elements of construction, including handles, feet, lids, sculpture and shape.  There are a few demonstrations but mostly this class is designed for you to work independently. Students may need to commit to a primary mode of construction: hand-building or throwing.  Only projects created in class will be fired in our kilns.  Clay is not included with course and is available for purchase at $20 per 25lb bag.

 

January 5 - February 15

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 week session

$165 + $10 materials fee

For Advanced students

Registration deadline: January 2

 

Please note: Due to COVID-19, masks are required by everyone at all times while at the Fallbrook School of the Arts. Our classrooms have been re-arranged to meet social distancing guidelines, and we will be taking student temperatures upon arrival. We thank you in advance for helping to keep everyone safe!

Age Group(s):
Adult
Experience:
Advanced
Mediums:
Ceramics
Richard McDonnell

Richard McDonnell

Staff Instructor

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HOURS

Monday - Saturday
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Closed Sunday & major holidays

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