RISHTAN, UZBEKISTAN - AUGUST 13: (ISRAEL OUT) An Uzbek potter turns locally-dug clay on a wheel to prepare a bowl in a workshop, making the blue ceramics that the region is famous for on August 13, 2006 in Rishtan in the Fergana Valley in the central Asian country of Uzbekistan. Fifteen years after the breakup of the former USSR, the millions of Muslims living between the Caspian Sea and China, who for decades found themselves repressed under Communism, are experiencing an economic and religious revival. Following the August 1991 abortive coup attempt in Moscow and the subsequent dissolution of the Soviet Union, Uzbekistan declared independence on August 31, 1991. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

Basic Ceramics/Studio Time with Tim

Learn the fundamentals of working with clay and glazes. Be introduced to wheel throwing, hand building & mold pouring through instructor demonstrations and one on one instruction. Learn advanced decoration techniques. Experiment with carving, template design transfer, wax resist, glaze-layering, spray on glazing and painting with glaze. Instructor: Tim Haller

Mondays: 7:00-9:00 PM

June 4 – June 25 (4 weeks) Register

July 9 – August 13 (6 weeks) Register

Tuesdays: 7:00-9:00 PM

June 5 – June 26 (4 weeks) Register

July 10 – August 14 (6 weeks) Register

Wednesdays: 10:00-noon *check back for fall session dates

Thursdays: 10:00-noon *check back for fall session dates

April 19 – May 17