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- SQUARING THE CIRCLE: ALTERED FORMS AT THE WHEEL with REBECCA BARNEY, Sunday, July 10, 2:30-5:30 PM
SQUARING THE CIRCLE: ALTERED FORMS AT THE WHEEL with REBECCA BARNEY, Sunday, July 10, 2:30-5:30 PM
Join us to approach wheel-throwing from a new angle!
Everyone knows that pottery wheels are good at making things round - but what about the other shapes? In this 3-hour workshop with DCC artist Rebecca Barney, you'll learn how to take your wheel-thrown forms from basic to boxy, bent, and beautiful!
Rebecca will demonstrate a wide variety of throwing and altering techniques during the workshop, including reshaping rims, altering floors, and modifying your pots' silhouette through darts & cutouts! Students will learn through hands-on work at the wheel with Rebecca's guidance. This workshop goes over intermediate-level techniques, so students should be able to throw even-walled pots on the wheel.
By the end of the workshop, you will know several techniques for altering wheel-thrown forms, and have up to 3 of your own thrown and altered pots!
- Sunday, July 10, 2:30-5:30 PM
- Level: Participants must be able to throw even-walled pots on the wheel.
- Price includes 12 lbs of clay, bisque firings, and class instruction.
- Work will be bisque-fired and ready for pick-up 2-4 weeks after the workshop.
- Workshop limited to 10 participants.
IMPORTANT: Everyone entering District Clay must be vaccinated. You will be required to show your vax card or a photo of your card when you arrive at District Clay for your workshop. No entry without proof of vaccination and no refunds for failure to show card. To see more about our COVID 19 responses, please go here.
Current District Clay students and community artists can get a 10% discount by entering the code dccstudent or dccartist (for community artists) when you get to the payment screen. You must also fill in the boxes below to qualify for this discount.
About Rebecca Barney:
Rebecca Barney is a potter with 20 years of experience playing and failing with clay. Her expertise in ceramics is in her sheer variety of skill sets, as her favorite part of working with clay is the never-ending list of techniques to play with. Rebecca taught ceramics for 8 years and managed a small studio in Minnesota before moving to DC. She is currently a community artist and teacher at District Clay Center.