Wheel Throwing for Kids Tues. 4.30-6.00pm 7+
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Wheel Throwing for Kids
April 11th-May 16th
Tuesdays 4:30 - 6:00pm
Learn to make on the pottery wheel! This class will cover centering, opening, pulling, trimming, use of tools, surface techniques, attachments and more. Basic small to medium vessels will be taught (ex. cylinders and bowls) with attachments (ex. handles). Students will also learn basic decoration and glazing techniques. Each student will work on their own wheel. Returning students will be given new challenges as well as have a chance to practice their technique and improve their skills.*
Students should wear old clothes and tie back hair - the pottery wheel can be messy!
Tools, materials and firing included.
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I acknowledge that having my child participate in ceramic activities at Queen City Clay includes inherent risks, hazards, and dangers that cannot necessarily be predicted or controlled. I further understand that not all inherent risks, hazards, and dangers can be eliminated, and that the inherent risks of the activities can cause property damage, injury, illness, paralysis, or death. Some of the activities that my child may be involved in may include the use of, but are not limited to: general ceramic supplies and materials (clay, sponges, canvases, paint brushes, etc.), sharp tools, pottery wheels, slab rollers, extruders, glazing supplies, and other necessary resources and materials. I give my permission for my child to use any and all equipment necessary for participation in the program. My child may participate in any activities organized by the staff of Queen City Clay.
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