Time & Location
Jul 09, 9:30 AM – Aug 27, 9:30 AM
Lexington, 130 Waltham St, Lexington, MA 02421, USA
About the Class or Event
8 Sundays, 9:30 AM-12:30 PM
Begins July 9, Indoors - Meets in Ceramic Studio
Skill Level: All
Tuition: $457 (Log in for membership discount prices)
Whether you are a complete beginner with clay, or an experienced potter who wants to further your skills and abilities, this class is designed for you! This class covers the entire process of working with clay: hand building, wheelwork, and principle knowledge about glazing, drying, and the kiln firing process. Students will learn how to make pinch pots, lids, different types of bowls, mugs, plates, and more!
A studio fee, clay fee, and firing fee are all included in tuition. The amount of clay per student for this class is 25 pounds. If you would like to purchase additional clay for yourself, please contact LexArt a week before the first class.
-Basic tools are provided by the studio. Student may wish to purchase their own tools. Instruction will be provided in first class.
-This class is for adults.
-Students will have access to Open Studios on Wednesdays during the weeks class is in session to continue their work.
About the instructors:
Chin Lin started pottery in the early 1980's. In addition to teaching at LexArt, he has taught pottery classes at MIT Student Arts Association, Ceramics Studio at UC Berkeley as well as Sorenson Center for the Arts at Babson College over the last thirty years. Chin is a registered architect by training but his art work has been accepted in the American Craft Council's flagship show at Baltimore for both wholesale and retail shows. In the Ceramics Guild, he is known for making large forms.
Jasmine Lipman began her clay journey in 1997 at the University of Arts Philadelphia, and has found herself occupied by the endless possibilities of the medium ever since. Her interest has taken her to LexArt, where she has been for the past 8 years and currently serves as the Ceramics Studio Manager. Her favorite thing about ceramics is the versatility and non-restrictiveness of its multi-step process.