Tag Archive: clay

Front Window Spotlight: Margaret MacLean

We’ve got an all-new front window display featuring the work of ceramicist Margaret MacLean. Margaret’s work is clearly inspired by tactile elements of our natural world, and every piece is a complex assemblage of texture and detail. Her work is on display until March 5th, and more of her work is available in our …

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Summer Art Camps at artEAST 2017

DIVE INTO CREATIVITY THIS SUMMER with our Art Camps for kids & teens at artEAST in downtown Issaquah. Morning & afternoon camps available in a variety or art forms. See below for details and registration.

AM Camps run from 9am to noon, PM camps run from 1pm to 4pm.

June 26–30 (ages 11–17) AM

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Teen Handbuilding Ceramics Summer Camp

Monday–Friday 9am-12pm July 24–28 Ages 11-17

 

Instructor: Karen Abel

Handbuilding is working with clay by hand, using simple tools. Slab, pinch and coil techniques open up an infinite world of creative possibilities and you’ll get great results fast.

You’ll use all three techniques plus learn about glazes and other surface decorations. You’ll complete …

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Clay Night is Back at artEAST

Creative Clay Night resumes this Friday at artEAST.

Grab a friend and have some messy fun this Friday. Create three-dimensional art in a relaxed and open setting. Creative Clay meets monthly on the fourth Friday of most months and is $55 for members and $60 for nonmembers.

Looking for something a little more …

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Muddy Buddies

Tuesdays, 4–5:30pm, January 10–June 6 (4 week sessions) Ages 7–11

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 …

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Club Mud

Tuesdays, 5:30-7pm, January 10–June 6 (4 week sessions) Ages 12-16

Instructor: Sandra Sinanan

Did you know 1/3 of the earth is formed from dirt? Join us for Club Mud 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 …

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Creative Clay Exploration: a Facilitated Ceramics Studio

Fridays, 6:30–9:30pm March 24, April 28, May 26 or June 23

Instructor: Juliette Ripley-Dunkelberger

This is a fun and stress-free opportunity for the whole family to learn more about clay in a historic building with a gallery atmosphere.  Each session will begin with a demonstration of a featured project, then students …

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Ceramic Wheel Throwing

Saturdays, February 11, 18 & 25, 6–9pm (3 sessions)

Instructor: Shelly Vollstedt

Bring a friend and enjoy 3 weeks of ceramics instruction on the potter’s wheel with instructor Shelly Vollstedt. Students will spend the first two weeks learning to throw pottery and successfully build ceramic pots using the hypnotic and tactile potter’s wheel. You’ll …

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Spring Break Camps

April 10-14 9am–12pm Mixed Media Art 1-4pm Sculpture Art Ages 7-12

Instructors: Gail Baker & Benjamin Wills

Spend a week immersed in art on your school break! Register for morning, afternoon or all day camp.

 

Mixed Media allows you to mix it up: literally! While students experiment with various tools for applying …

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