Queen City Clay

Workshops

We are always looking to bring you great quality workshops. We offer both in studio and virtual workshops for beginners to advanced ceramic artists and potters. Check in often to see what we have coming up.

Virtual: Kiln Basics

September 30, 5-6pm

with Ben Clark

 Electricity is scary. Kilns have lots of buttons. Ben can help you make sense of the whole thing. We will break down loading, kiln maintenance, repairs, pricing, and home safety. We’ll use zoom to guide you through this class, students will participate from a location of their choice.

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Virtual: Handbuilding Using Non-Traditional Molds

October 14, 6:30-7:30

with Beth Suellentrop-Barkey

In this workshop, Beth will discuss the differences between plaster, bisque and non-porous molds as well as the benefits of each. She will demonstrate using bisque molds as well as “found object” molds to create unique serving pieces. Perfect to get your holiday platter inspiration!

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Virtual: Throwing & Altering

 November 4, 5-6pm

with Ben Clark

In this workshop, Ben will show you all of his tricks on altering pots on and off the wheel. Use the wheel to get you started, then take those forms out of the round to give them more character!

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Virtual: Teapots

November 18, 6:30-7:30

with Jon Stein

Let Jon show you the RIGHT way to make a teapot. From correct spout angles, lids and straining holes, Jon has had plenty of experience perfecting this form. This is a great chance to learn his secrets!

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Virtual: Darting

December 9, 6:30-7:30

with Chrissy Trout

Ever wondering what darting was? Chrissy can teach you!

Darting can give your pots volumes and angles you never thought possible. Jazz up your symmetrical bowls and cups with a few quick cuts! This technique is applicable for everyone from hand-builders to throwers.

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Cancellation Policy

Cancellations are permitted up to 14 days prior to the workshop.  For cancellations from 14 to 7 days prior to the workshop date, Queen City Clay will apply any workshop fees already paid towards a future workshop, to be used within one year of the date of the original workshop.  Participants will forfeit the balance of the workshop fee if attending a future workshop of lower cost.  No refunds or credits will be given within 7 days of the workshop.  Queen City Clay reserves the right to cancel any of our workshops based on enrollment.  All registrants that may be affected by this change will be notified and will receive a full refund for the workshop. 

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