08. Intro Ceramics Wednesday Night

Course Date(s) 
Oct 14, 2020 to Nov 04, 2020
Nov 18, 2020 to Dec 09, 2020
Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30 (no class Nov. 11)
24 hours/8 weeks total
4 (no experience necessary)
Registration Closes 
Oct 07, 2020

$150 (module 1) & $150 (module 2)

clay included + students bring tool kit (purchase from art store)

Course Overview 

This class is split up into two modules of four-weeks each, students will take both modules and will develop a basic understanding for clay as a material and the tools involved in working with it. In the first four-weeks we will have two hand-built projects. The first will be in the technique of slab building a vessel, and the second in coil building. We will also introduce the firing process, under glazing and glazing. In the second half of the course, a continuation of basic skill development in hand building techniques as well as wheel throwing (ghost moments here we come). We will have one hand-built project, and one wheel thrown project. The first will be in pinching/ hand building, and the second wheel throwing. We will also look at how all these different techniques can be beneficial as a ceramic maker.


Kate Grey BFA

Grey is a Canadian Ceramicist from Calgary Alberta. She has her BFA in Ceramics and a minor in Art History from NSCAD University. She currently lives and works in Halifax Nova Scotia.