THROW YOUR OWN OVAL SERVING DISH with JILL ROSS MELTZER, Sun., 11/7, 12-4 PM
Well, it’s that time of year…
The air is crisp, the leaves are falling, and thoughts are turning to the meal of all meals--the Thanksgiving feast!
Join us for this special Thanksgiving Workshop and learn how simple slabs can be used to transform a wheel-thrown cylinder into an awesome OVAL SERVER with crescent handles!
By the end of this workshop, you will have made your very own stoneware serving platter. You just won’t find a better way to set off your favorite Thanksgiving dish!
*Note: Students must be able to throw a 5" cylinder*
IMPORTANT: Everyone entering District Clay must be vaccinated. In order to take this workshop, you will need to upload your vaccination card - a link will be sent with your email receipt. You will not be registered for this workshop until your card is uploaded. Please indicate your status below. For more information, please go here.
- Sunday, November 7, 12-4 PM
- Students must be able to throw a 5" cylinder
- Cost includes 12 lbs stoneware clay, instruction, and firing fees.
- District Clay will bisque fire your pieces and you can pick them up approximately 2 weeks after the workshop.
About Jill Ross Meltzer:
Jill has taught beginning to advanced wheel throwing for nearly ten years at District Clay and other venues. She also inaugurated with Liz Lockett and Jon Kerr, District Clay's popular online interactive class schedule in 2020.
Before moving to DC, she was an Associate at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia and a professional member of the Potters Guild in Wallingford, PA. Jill graduated with a degree in Ceramics from The George Washington University/Corcoran School of Art and has attended many workshops around the country. In her previous life, Jill was a practicing attorney in DC.
Jill’s primary interest is in making functional one-of-a-kind serving pieces with a decided bent towards the decorative. Harmonizing the demands of utility with those of imparting some measure of magic to everyday things is a challenge she finds inspiring.