Students will learn the preparation of clay, throwing basic forms, trimming the base, the drying process, and glazing the finished pot. The instructor will also provide additional instruction for intermediate students. The class will be held Fridays from 5:30-8:30 PM, starting September 13th, and is open to adults 16+. It will be taught by Marybeth Sorendo, who has a BFA in design/crafts with a ceramics concentration, and was a production/studio potter for 15 years.
For more information or to register, visit our website at oswegoarts.org. Find workshops and classes under the ‘Education’ tab or on our Calendar. For questions about our workshops or classes, contact Audrey Proto (AAO Education Coordinator) at [email protected] or phone the AAO at 315-216-6782. The AAO is located at the north end of East 4th Street in Oswego across the street from Fort Ontario. The address is 20 Barbara Donahue Drive.