South Evart Community Free Methodist Church
  • ClayCamp

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    July 10th to the 28th, Monday through Friday 1:30 PM to 4:00PM

    Handbuilding, Sculpting, and Wheel Throwing

    No you don't throw a wheel in the classes. Wheel throwing is a term potters use for producing pottery on the potters wheel. We do throw pots though. Not in a literal sense but again throwing a pot is to produce it on the potters wheel. Students will learn the basics of handbuidling, sculpting, and doing wheel work during this 3 week long 15 day ClayCamp. ALL ARE WELCOME! Children, Youth, and Adults. Bring the entire family. Find out more on whose is behind ClayCamp:

    The Experience
    What will the ClayCamp experience be like?

    Week One:
    Learn the tools, equipment, terminology, initial potters wheel experience, handbuilding, basic sculpting, and the first half of a team handbuilding assignment.

    Week Two:
    Continue the team handbuidng assignment, back to the potters wheel, trimming wheel thrown projects, drying, and loading a bisque firing in the kiln.

    Week Three:
    Learn the types of firing, glaze techniques, glazing your bisque fired pieces, loading the kiln, and glaze firing. Show less
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