Pottery

SUMMER PROGRAMS
Registration for all Summer Programs begins the Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at 7 a.m. Programs are filled on a first-pay, first-served basis, preregistration by the published deadline is required. Payment can be made in person starting, over the phone with credit or debit card, or by registering online.

ONLINE REGISTRATION
Online registration is available for all of our 2016 summer programs at the following link:
Online Registration

-Please note that registration for summer activities will open at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 3.

Please call the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center for more information at 626-7081.

OPEN POTTERY STUDIO

The pottery studio will be open for use during
non class times for practice with hand building,
wheel throwing and other projects involving
stoneware or earthenware clay. Clay fees include
clay, glaze, and one bisque and glaze firing.
Ages: high school students through adult.
Open Pottery participants must have taken at
least one adult clay class to participate and
must schedule an appointment for orientation
prior to working in the studio.
Dates: June 6-July 29
Fees: $50.00 for 25# Stoneware;
$40.00 for 25# Earthenware

INTRODUCTION TO THE POTTERY WHEEL
This class will cover basics of throwing functional forms
such as mugs, bowls, and plates. Experienced students
explore larger and more complex forms. Ages 16 and up.
Activity #211572
Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 7 – June 23
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Gratia Brown
Fee: $60.00 plus $30.00 supply fee
Preregister by: June 3
Min/Max Enrollment: 6/8

TEEN INTENSIVE POTTERY – NEW!


This class will introduce high school students to working
with clay sculpturally and on the potter’s wheel. Students
will explore basic functional forms such as mugs, and bowls
and sculpture techniques. Ages 14 and up.
Activity #211102
Dates: Thursdays, June 9 – June 30
Time: 4:00 – 6:00 p.m..
Instructor: Gratia Brown
Fee: $35.00 plus $15.00 supply fee
Preregister by: June 6
Min/Max Enrollment: 4/8

Please call the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center for more information at 626-7081.