Claymaking 4-Week Series

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Note: This is a multi-session event series. By purchasing the event package, you acknowledge that you can attend all event dates included below.
Event Overview

April Tuesdays: 6, 13, 20, 27
This 4-week series will give you room to stretch out, mess up, and do it all over again.  Create a more complex project.  Get really detailed and enjoy the glazing process.  Improve your skills on the potter's wheel. Amaze friends and family by making personalized gifts!
Maximum 3 people per session, at safely distanced work tables. Each ticket is good for 4 consecutive weeks; contact me for alternate scheduling options. 
Repeats weekly (Tuesdays 6-8pm).  Sessions 1 & 2 will be focused on construction, while 3 & 4 will provide options for glazing and finalizing projects. 
Materials & tools provided. Includes finishing assistance, as needed (smoothing, glazing & firing). 
Projects will be ready for pick-up approximately 3 weeks after last class.

What to Bring

Please wear a mask! Bring a hand towel and apron if you can, and wear studio clothing (some materials stain). Bring textures, ideas or clayworking tools if you've got 'em!

Minimum age

14 years or older

What's Provided

Basic tools, clay and glazes are yours to use.

What You Can Expect From This Experience
  • Advance your skills
  • Be ambitious
  • Unplug and relax
  • Get your hands dirty
  • Work with clay
  • Be safe, have fun
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Heather McQueen

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An artist by trade, Heather also enjoys being a musician and a cave explorer. She is known to be an excellent teacher and facilitator, and enjoys inspiring people to follow their dreams. A graduate of SAIC, Heather’s claywork has been published (“From Mud to Music”, “500 Raku”) and featured in a nationally televised promo (US Cellular).
Outside of the studio, Heather appears frequently as a visiting artist at schools, museums and other venues, mostly in the Chicago area. She has enjoyed working and traveling on 4 continents and considers wandering and sketching to be essential ingredients in her process. Heather maintains an independent ceramics workshop in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.

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