Introduction to Handbuilding

Instructor: Sasha Sigetic

Catalog #A062

Cost: Members-$180.00  Non-Members $200

For Adults (teens over 15 will be considered)

Tuesdays  from 5:30PM – 7:30PM

A ceramic sculpture by Sasha Sigetic

8 Sessions starting June 19, 26, (No class week of the 4th of July) July 10, 17, 24, 31, August 7, 14

What is Handbuilding?

“Handbuilding is an ancient pottery-making technique that involves creating forms without a pottery wheel, using the hands, fingers, and simple tools. The most common handbuilding techniques are pinch pottery, coil building, and slab building” -Ceramic Arts Network

About this class:

This class will introduce the basic handbuilding techniques used to build functional pottery forms.  The class will focus mostly on slab building techniques using bisque molds and stamps, but will also cover the basics of pinch pots and coil building.  No previous experience in clay is needed for this class.  At the end of this class, you will have created a full dinnerware set for two (possibly more!)

About the instructor:

This will be Sasha’s first class with the Dairy Barn, and we are just thrilled to have such an accomplished artist with us!

Sasha Sigetic graduated from Ohio University with a BFA in Ceramics. She has been the studio assistant to some amazing mentors, Joe Bova and Lisa Orr.  Sasha also had a ceramics and glass fusing studio while living in Austin, Tx after college as well as working for Armadillo Clay, the largest clay manufacturer in Texas. After receiving a certification in Permaculture Design she moved back to Athens, Ohio to add herbalism and farming to her long list of interests and pursuits. She now resides in Meigs County with her partner, daughter, herd of British Guernsey dairy goats and pack of Great Pyrenees to guard the goats. She runs a raw milk herd share and is also a lover of spinning, knitting and crochet.

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