Tuesdays, 4–5:30pm, January 10–June 6
(4 week sessions)
Instructor: Sandra Sinanan
Did you know 1/3 of the earth is formed from dirt? Join us for Clay Time and turn dirt into pottery. You’ll learn techniques for hand building and applying glazes, while creating architectural, sculptural and functional pieces.
Holding a Teaching Artist Certificate from the University of the Arts, Instructor Sandra “Sam” Sinanan has taught art to students of all ages for over 10 years. With a special interest and passion for ceramics, she integrates nature and other disciplines into her art curricula. She provides age-appropriate guidance for every project while also encouraging creativity and self-expression.
All materials, glazes & firing included. Final pieces will be fired and ready for pick-up 2 weeks after the last class. Students age 12-16 should enroll in Club Mud. *Due to the nature of ceramics, there is no guarantee that the work will survive the firing process. Work left for more than four months will be cleaned out.
Each student needs to wear studio appropriate clothing.
All materials provided.
Class Fee: $110/members, $120/nonmembers
Note: Workshops with less than minimum enrollment may be cancelled one week prior to start date.
Location: ArtEAST Art Center
Session 1 – January 10, 17, 24 & 31
Session 2 – February 7, 14, 28 & March 7
Session 3 – March 14, 21, 28 & April 4
Session 4 – April 18, 25, May 2 & 9
Session 5 – May 16, 23, 30 & June 6
artEAST is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose vision is to be a catalyst for a vibrant and enduring visual arts community. Thanks to generous grants by the Robert B. McMillen Foundation and an anonymous grantor, artEAST is able to offer courses for kids without a supply or processing fee. artEAST is a proud supporter of art in our schools through the Issaquah School art docent programs as well as presenting multiple free community events throughout the year, including Art Walks, Fantastic Fly-In, Salmon Days, Highlands Day, the Sammamish 55+ Program and more.