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Liven up your décor. Students will create a wall pocket. This will be done with the slab rolling technique and various hand-building efforts. Great for fine motor skills as we attach two pieces of clay to produce this task. Creativity will be encouraged, as students will have the opportunity to detail their own creation. Projects will be great to hang on a wall once fired. This wall art is met to hold mail or fresh flowers. Students are encouraged to bring stamps and various tools from home for impressions. Your check, made payable to NCCS, may be mailed to The Ceramic Arts Center, 13 South Church Street, Waynesboro, PA 17268. Attention: Mary and is due by February 19th, 2015 or by prior arrangement.
Add Flair to your table. Students will create their own unique pot/bowl. They will be shown various examples to encourage their critical thinking as they decide what they will make. Examples include: monsters, ladybugs, bees, lion, and flowers. Various methods will be used during the creation process. Feet will be attached as the final task. These kid’s pots are sure to please and bring a smile to your face. Once finished these pots are great to catch pocket change and vehicle keys on your table. Your check, made payable to NCCS, may be mailed to The Ceramic Arts Center, 13 South Church Street, Waynesboro, PA 17268. Attention: Mary is due by March 27th, 2015 or by prior arrangement.
Couples will have fun creating their own masterpiece just like in the movie Ghost. All experience levels are encouraged to attend and your instructors Heather Forbeger and Mary Ashe-Mahr won't let you fail. They will guide you step by step along the way. So why not try something new and creative together? The class includes instruction, clay and glazes. Click on the link to register. Your payment is due on or before February 11th and a check may be made out to NCCS and mailed to The Ceramic Arts Center, 13 South Church Street, Waynesboro, PA 17268. Attention: Mary. You may contact Mary Ashe-Mahr at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.