#A105 Intro to Wheel Throwing II: A

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Intro to Wheel Thrown Pottery 2:B
Throwing larger forms, platters, and pies dishes, lidded forms and surface techniques
Instructor: Kelly Shaw
Catalog #A105
Wednesday Evenings from 5:30 – 7:30
8 Sessions starting September 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, November 6

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Intro to Wheel Thrown Pottery 2:B
Throwing larger forms, platters, and pies dishes, lidded forms and surface techniques
Instructor: Kelly Shaw
Catalog #A105
Wednesday Evenings from 5:30 – 7:30
8 Sessions starting September 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, November 6

Class Description:

Intro to Wheel Throwing II offers students an opportunity to build upon wheel throwing fundamentals and explore new forms and techniques. This eight-week class features instructor demonstrations, hands-on learning and available Open Studio time outside of regular scheduled classes. Demonstrations will begin with techniques for centering 3+ lbs. of clay and throwing larger forms including plates, platters and pie dishes. The class will then explore lidded forms and a surface decorating technique using slip and paper stencils. This class is suitable for a variety of skill levels, however previous experience with Wheel Throwing I or equivalent is recommended.  If you have any questions about the content of this class, please email kelly@dairybarn.org.

8-Week Class Schedule:

Week 1: Centering 3+ lbs. and tips for throwing larger forms.

Week 2: Throwing and trimming plate/platter/pie dish forms.

Week 3: Making lids and galleries.

Week 4:  Trimming lids and knobs..

Week 5: Using newsprint stencils for slip decoration. 

Week 6: Demos by request.

Week 7: Glazing – glaze trail demonstration

Week 8: Glazing

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What’s with the Pottery II B you ask?  Kelly Shaw has created several variations of the pottery II course.  Each focuses on a a few different specific elements.  For example, Pottery II A focuses on stamps, and combination forms like cups and saucers, whereas Pottery II C focuses on vases, bottles, and throwing off the Hump.  Over the course of the year, we typically offer Pottery II A, B, C, and D.

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