One on One Design Projects for Handbuilding with Ara Koh: Monday or Saturday (10 weeks, 7 students, $360)
This 10 week journey is a project-based exploration that merges traditional handbuilding skills in your own visual language.
Every student will be making different thing in this class. Each student is highly encouraged to bring their own idea of items or ideas they want to create. You bring your idea, and the instructor will help your vision come alive in clay.
Or the instructor will give you prompts to start a new project as well. Throughout the class, new technical skills, the ability to create larger and more complex handbuilt objects and new project design skills will be earned.
Previous experience working with clay is not required, and students will be working on a one-on-one with the instructor on their own project depending on their skill level.
Details and schedule:
Saturday mornings, 1-3:30pm or Monday 5:50-8:20pm max 7 students, $360.
What District Clay Supplies:
25 lbs of clay, glazing and firing (including long 4 day bisque cycle) , wooden wareboards (3/4in), drywall, standard sculpting tools and a banding wheel for each student.
About Ara Koh:
Ara Koh is a new 2020-21 resident artist at District Clay. She
received her BFA in Ceramics and Glass from Hongik University, Seoul, South Korea in 2018, and graduated with an MFA in Ceramic Art at New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2020.
Her works had been exhibited in South Korea and United States. Ara received numerous awards including the Minister of Foreign Affairs Honor by the Korean government. Her works are collected by Alfred Ceramic Art Museum, Daekyo Culture Foundation, Winell Corporation, and many personal collectors.