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Advanced Ceramics

Advanced

Begins 09/03/2019, Ends 12/10/2019, no class 11/5/2019, 11/12/2019, 11/26/2019 - Register

*deadline to register: 09/01/2019

12 Tuesdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Bill Shearrow

Students with a firm foundation in basic technical skills will enjoy this class. Form, surface design, glazing, and firing will be explored in greater depth. Advanced students with five sessions or the equivalent, or working at a level determined to be advanced by the instructor) will be required to do their own firing in cooperation with the Canton Ceramic Artists Guild in order to deepen their understanding of the total process.

Cost: $165.00 per person (Cost for Members: $132.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 10:00am Wednesdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 09/04/2019, Ends 12/11/2019, no class 11/6/2019, 11/13/2019, 11/27/2019 - Register

*deadline to register: 09/02/2019

12 Wednesdays, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

 

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

 

 

Cost: $165.00 per person (Cost for Members: $132.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 6:30pm Wednesdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 09/04/2019, Ends 12/11/2019, no class 11/6/2019, 11/13/2019, 11/27/2019 - Register

*deadline to register: 09/02/2019

12 Wednesdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Bill Shearrow

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $165.00 per person (Cost for Members: $132.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 10:00am Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 09/05/2019, Ends 12/12/2019, no class 11/7/2019, 11/14/2019, 11/28/2019 - Register

*deadline to register: 09/03/2019

12 Thursdays, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

 

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $165.00 per person (Cost for Members: $132.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 12:30pm Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 09/05/2019, Ends 12/12/2019, no class 11/7/2019, 11/14/2019, 11/28/2019 - Register

*deadline to register: 09/03/2019

12 Thursdays, 12:30 PM-02:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

 

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $165.00 per person (Cost for Members: $132.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 6:30pm Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 09/05/2019, Ends 12/12/2019, no class 11/7/2019, 11/14/2019, 11/28/2019 - Register

*deadline to register: 09/03/2019

12 Thursdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Kim Eggleston-Kraus

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

 

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $165.00 per person (Cost for Members: $132.00)

 

Advanced Ceramics

Advanced

Begins 01/07/2020, Ends 03/24/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 01/05/2020

12 Tuesdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Bill Shearrow

Students with a firm foundation in basic technical skills will enjoy this class. Form, surface design, glazing, and firing will be explored in greater depth during this class. Advanced students with five sessions or the equivalent, (or working at a level determined to be advanced by the instructor) will be required to do their own firing in cooperation with the Canton Ceramic Artists Guild to deepen their understanding of the process.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 10:00am Wednesdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 01/08/2020, Ends 03/25/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 01/06/2020

12 Wednesdays, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 6:30pm Wednesdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 01/08/2020, Ends 03/25/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 01/06/2020

12 Wednesdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Bill Shearrow

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 10:00am Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 01/09/2020, Ends 03/26/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 01/07/2020

12 Thursdays, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 12:30pm Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 01/09/2020, Ends 03/26/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 01/07/2020

12 Thursdays, 12:30 PM-02:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 6:30pm Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 01/09/2020, Ends 03/26/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 01/07/2020

12 Thursdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Kim Eggleston-Kraus

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Make Your Own Mug and Carpe Diem Coffee Shop Coffee Tasting Workshop

All Skill Levels

Begins 03/11/2020, Ends 03/11/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 03/09/2020

1 Wednesday, 05:30 PM-08:00 PM

Room 101

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Create your own fun and functional ceramic mug while learning about the fantastic flavors of coffee and all it has to offer! A professional barista from Canton's own Carpe Diem Coffee Shop will guide you through a taste testing of different coffees. While sipping on your favorite flavors learn how to make a personalized drinking mug of your very own using stoneware clay and basic hand building techniques. All levels of experience are welcome. (Students will need to make arrangements to pick up fired pieces two weeks after workshop.)

*Cost includes all supplies

Cost: $40.00 per person (Cost for Members: $32.00)

 

Advanced Ceramics

Advanced

Begins 04/14/2020, Ends 06/30/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 04/12/2020

12 Tuesdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Bill Shearrow

Students with a firm foundation in basic technical skills will enjoy this class. Form, surface design, glazing, and firing will be explored in greater depth during this class. Advanced students with five sessions or the equivalent, (or working at a level determined to be advanced by the instructor) will be required to do their own firing in cooperation with the Canton Ceramic Artists Guild to deepen their understanding of the process.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 10:00am Wednesdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 04/15/2020, Ends 07/01/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 04/13/2020

12 Wednesdays, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 6:30pm Wednesdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 04/15/2020, Ends 07/01/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 04/13/2020

12 Wednesdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Bill Shearrow

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 10:00am Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 04/16/2020, Ends 07/02/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 04/14/2020

12 Thursdays, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 12:30pm Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 04/16/2020, Ends 07/02/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 04/14/2020

12 Thursdays, 12:30 PM-02:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Classic Ceramics 6:30pm Thursdays

All Skill Levels

Begins 04/16/2020, Ends 07/02/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 04/14/2020

12 Thursdays, 06:30 PM-08:30 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Kim Eggleston-Kraus

Beginning students will be taught the basics of hand-building and wheel-work while intermediate students will refine their skills. Individual projects will include functional pottery and decorative work. Glazing techniques will be taught, finished ware will be discussed, and demonstrations will be given.

*Additional costs, not included with class cost:
*All CMA ceramics students are required to purchase their clay from the CMA; the cost is $40.00 for 25 pounds of clay and includes cost of glazes and firing.
*Beginning students may also purchase a pottery tool kit ($13.50) from the CMA
*Both clay and ceramics tools can be purchased during the first day of class and throughout the session as needed.

Cost: $170.00 per person (Cost for Members: $136.00)

 

Raku Firing 101

All Skill Levels

Begins 04/18/2020, Ends 04/25/2020 - Register

*deadline to register: 04/16/2020

2 Saturdays, 10:00 AM-02:00 PM

Room 104

Instructor: Kim Eggelston-Kraus

The Canton Museum of Art has a new Raku Kiln courtesy of the Canton Ceramics Artists Guild! Learn the fundamentals of Raku firing which is a different firing technique than that of a regular kiln. This process is done outdoors, using a gas kiln. This exciting firing technique involves pulling red hot ceramic ware out of a kiln and placing the ware into a container with combustible materials. During this two-step workshop, students will discuss the process and create their clay pieces on day one and then fire on day two. Students may make and fire up to 3 works. Some clay experience preferred but not required.

*Cost includes all supplies
*Meeting times are 10:00am-2:00pm on 4/18/2020 and 10:00am-5:00pm on 4/25/2020
*Inclement weather makeup day scheduled for May 9th

Cost: $145.00 per person (Cost for Members: $116.00)