Slab-Built Boxes: Part Two – NEW!
Continue your study of slab-built boxes by learning butt joining, inset side panels, reverse panel decoration, and cut lids.
- Must have taken a class from Al before. This class comes with a full bag of clay which can be picked up at our back entrance. Pick up days are Mondays 10am-12:30pm, and Wednesdays + Fridays from 2pm-4:30pm. This class includes bisque firing for objects made during class, and a glaze day that students may sign up for at a later date. Glaze days will be Mon 9/14: 10-12, Tues 9/15: 10-12, Wed 9/16: 10-12, Fri 9/18 3-5, Sat: 10-12, 1-3, 3-5. Two hours added for in-person glazing at VisArts.
- • This is an online class. In order to attend online classes, students must be able to attend the class via Zoom, an online cloud conferencing program. You do not need to download the program to join for classes.
- • You will be sent a link and password to your class one week before the class begins and the day before class begins. Please DO NOT share the link or password with anyone. Please keep the link somewhere you can easily access it throughout the entirety of your class.
- • All online classes are recorded for quality purposes. If you miss a class, you may request a class recording from [email protected] Class recordings will be made available up to fourteen days after the session concludes.
- • Neither the instructor, students nor VisArts are permitted to monetize online class recordings in any way. Please do not share class recordings on social media or other websites.
- • VisArts will do its best to support all students with problem-solving technology, but is not responsible for a student’s malfunctioning equipment or internet.
- • For technical support, questions or concerns and logging into zoom, please contact: [email protected]
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About the Instructor
Al has been been playing and working with mud since he was a kid, his “Play-Doh Fun Factory” was just the best toy Al ever had. Al believes he became an architect and space designer as a result of all those things that he built in my “first childhood." Over the years he have been in and out of the clay studio. He worked on the wheel for many years making bowls, cups, teapots and the lot, but the move to hand-building has been very rewarding and offering a set of challanges that combine both his architectual training and creative side in new and different ways
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