May 24–27 at Touchstone Center for Crafts
Creating Pottery for Everyday Use
Instructor: Amanda Wolf
All Levels | $300
Extended Weekend Workshop
Create pottery for everyday use in the upbeat environment of Touchstone’s clay studio. During this workshop, participants will be encouraged to learn and polish their wheel-throwing skills, and experiment with “slump and hump” hand-building techniques. We will create functional pottery made with porcelain, and cover a wide range of methods for attaching, drying, and glazing. Participants will explore surface design, and will embellish forms through many decoration techniques, including the creation of sprig molds and stamps. Click on the workshop title to learn more, and click here to view the entire 2013 catalog. For 25% campus lodging discount type EarlyBird2013 when signing up. Discount will be applied on final invoice.
Amanda Wolf is currently a full-time studio potter living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She earned her BFA at I Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2003. After graduating, she moved to Pittsburgh and began teaching in the education programs at the Carnegie Museum of Art. In 2005, Amanda began teaching at the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, where she has taught for the last eight years. Her teaching philosophy is simple and rooted in her love and passion for ceramic processes. Amanda sells her work at retail craft shows around the region, and her whimsical and well-crafted pieces can be found in many galleries and shops across the country.
Amanda Wolf workshop from May 24 to 27 at Touchstone
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