Eastman – Sundays, Jan 16-Feb 20, 6-9pm (In-Person)
In the midst of winter, create light! This course will focus on creating ceramic vessels that serve to emit light — votives, sconces, candlesticks, etc. We will discuss piercing and carving as well as functional design considerations. We will cover strategies for using both handbuilding and wheelthrowing to create light-centered vessels. Some experience working with clay will be useful for this class.
Angela Eastman is an artist and designer residing in Hillsborough, North Carolina. She holds an MFA in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art and completed the Core Fellowship program at Penland School of Crafts. Her sculptural works explore the relationships between adaptability, consumption, and a sense of home. Angela teaches workshops to adults and youth in a wide variety of media, including basketweaving, ceramics, textiles, paper crafts, and metalworking.
In-person classes offered during the pandemic are conducted at a low maximum capacity and with social distancing measures in place. Masks must be worn at all times. Students are required to show instructors a proof of vaccination before attending in-person classes. Refunds and exchanges are not offered for in-person classes offered during the pandemic.
All ArtSchool registrations have a $3 processing fee added upon check-out.
ArtsCenter members receive 15% off of the cost of this course!
All ArtSchool classes are 15 years old and up unless otherwise specified.