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  1. Weekend - August 6-8, 2021 Fabulous Surfaces on Porcelain Jewelry: Color, Texture, Pattern Colleen Williams Embrace colored porcelain by working small in this class where ceramics and jewelry meet. Explore handbuilding methods and surface techniques for ceramics of any scale. Use layered slips, resists, stamping, sgraffito and more to decorate jewelry "canvases." Learn basic jewelry skills to assemble several pieces to wear home. Beginner; Materials fee, payable to instructor, $20 for 5, 4-6 ounce balls of colored porcelain, 1 lb. of white porcelain, small plaster forming molds, paint pot strip with underglazes, 24 ga. nichrome wire, 18" sterling silver wire, leather cording. The instructor will also bring Items that each participant will have access to including assorted sterling silver and niobium jewelry findings, assorted glass beads, assorted colored porcelain slips and assorted resists and texture tools $360 Registration and Information
  2. Weeklong - July 25-30, 2021 Wheel Thrown Sculpture Hunter Stamps Focus on creating abstract sculptures and organic vessels from wheel thrown parts. Learn a variety of throwing, altering and assembling techniques. Cover low-fire glazes and alternative surfacing techniques such as encaustics, paint and mixed media applications. Use all these techniques to create and fire a series of truly unique pieces. Intermediate (requires basic wheel throwing skills) $660 Registration and Information
  3. Weeklong - July 18-23, 2021 Markmaking: Brushwork and Stamping Michael Kline Explore how to transform wheel-thrown forms with stamped and painted surface treatments. Sessions will include demonstrations on classic thrown forms, stamping and brushwork. Make stamps and learn to use them to make marks and create patterns with inlay. Dramatically improve your brushwork skills with a series of lively group painting exercises. Intermediate-Advanced, Materials fee, payable to instructor, $5-$20 (for MKM stamps and roulettes, $20 for Mudtools Do-All scraping tool, $8-$20 for bamboo handle brushes, $2 for small lidded containers for wax resist, free Amaco white underglaze sample) Registration and Information
  4. Weeklong - June 20-25, 2021 - Beginner Week Clay to Z Ian Mabry Explore a wide variety of clay construction and decorating techniques. Focus on various handbuilding methods used to create expressive functional and sculptural forms. Gain a brief introduction to the potter's wheel. Acquire a breadth of ceramic experience with the possibility of taking home a personal, handmade object. Beginner $600 Registration and Information
  5. Weeklong - June 13-18, 2021 The Strange and Unusual: Sculpting the Bust Sarah Davey Use hollow building techniques to create a portrait bust in clay that explores a surreal narrative through facial expression and gesture. Learn anatomy while working in planes to model portraits. Armatures, various building and firing techniques will also be discussed. Beginner - Intermediate $600 Information and Registration
  6. Weekend - May 21-23, 2021 Alternative Firing Workshop Jessica Wilson Explore the hands-on process of raku, pit and horse hair firing in this intense course. Be prepared to work hard in a hot environment and to welcome the unexpected and unpredictable! Bring lots of bisque-fired pots and leave with unique, one-of-a-kind, finished pots. Intermediate $360 Registration and Information
  7. Magda Gluszek: 5 Day Figure Building Workshop Register Online April 13 – 17, 2019: 10:00am – 4:30pm $495.00 Nonmembers (includes 5 meals) : Early Bird Price $455 (Until Feb. 8, 2020) $445.00 Members (includes 5 meals) : Early Bird Price $405 (Until Feb. 8, 2020) $396.00 Students (no meals included): Early Bird Price $355 (Until Feb. 8, 2020) *Current Student ID must be presented at beginning of workshop. Student must be enrolled for 6 or more credit hours for discount. All students are requested to volunteer 2 hours before or after the workshop for the Reitz Ranch. Questions please email: admin@reitzranch.org The human figure has endless potential for narrative and emotional expression. Bodies are complex structures, but we will approach them with a simple building technique that anyone can master. During this workshop students will produce one full-figure sculpture with a solid building technique, which they will learn to hollow and re-assemble. Basic proportions and anatomy will be demonstrated, as will the use of a simple armature. Magda will demonstrate a solid construction technique in clay, which will allow for the greatest flexibility to change our poses as we build. Magda will also demonstrate hollowing the figures out, so that you can complete the hollowing process on your own. Small maquette studies will be created and used for inspiration. Scale of sculptures will be limited to 24” in one direction to provide enough time for detailing. Bring visual inspiration to class in the form of images/sketches. All skill levels are welcome. Workshop includes: 5 lunches provided 50 lbs of clay Register Online About the Ranch Reitz Ranch is comprised of 14 acres on the beautiful Verde River in Clarkdale, Az. Nestled between Cottonwood, Jerome, Clarkdale, and Sedona, the ranch offers easy access from any spot here in the heart of Arizona wine country. With a remote feel, the ranch is still within a 20 minute drive of stores, restaurants, and nightspots. Built on the bones of a working ranch, the rich heritage of the ranch is apparent everywhere you look. A bunkhouse built over 100 years ago out of river rock, well pump handles, and literally hundreds of Don’s “porch pots” add to the experience. Whether you’re a beginning potter, advanced hobbyist, or working professional, then ranch can meet your needs. A well-equipped open studio, a wood fired kiln selection, and most importantly, a helpful community of wonderful people with the same interests will make you feel right at home.
  8. Art Students League of Denver Please join us for our upcoming workshop: “The Basics and Beyond: Soft Slab Hand-Building" with Liz Zlot Summerfield (https://www.lzspottery.com/) April 30, 2020 - Artist's Talk -- 6 -7:30 pm | $5.00 May 1, 2020 - delecTABLE Exhibit Artists Reception with Liz in attendance -- 5:30 - 8:00 pm | Free May 2-3, 2020 - Demonstration Workshop -- 9 am - 4 pm daily | $233.75 for members, $275 for non-members During her slide lecture, Liz will about her career, philosophy and approach to working with clay. The workshop will demystify working with soft slabs and offer essential components to creating unique hand-built pots. Students will be introduced to techniques for working with clay slabs and paper patterns. Liz will discuss and demonstrate the journey she takes, starting from an idea or concept, creating a paper pattern and finishing with a slab built pot. Surface discussion and demonstrations will include application of various types of color treatment, terra sigillata and underglazes. To Register: please call 303-778-6990, or register online at: https://asld.org/visiting-artist-series-liz-zlot-summerfield/ This Visiting Artist Series workshop will be held in conjunction with the juried delecTABLE: The Fine Art of Dining exhibit - April 17 – May 22, 2020. To view images of juried artists, dates for exhibit and receptions: https://asld.org/delectable-2020/ Thanks! Shelley Schreiber Ceramics Studio Manager Art Students League of Denver s.schreiber@asld.org delectable20_revised 2.17.20.pdf
  9. We have postponed my workshop until Sept 20-26, 2020 for Soluble Salts at La Meridiana. Here ia a description. They are very busy this week altering the course schedule for this year. https://lameridiana.fi.it/product/23-2020-marcia-selsor-soluble-salts-in-low-fire-saggars/
  10. Mark Arnold: Press Molds Meet the Wheel Workshop Register Here August 22 - 23, 2020: 10:00am – 4:30pm * EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION THROUGH 3/24/2020 * $345.00 Early Bird Nonmembers (includes lunches) $307.00 Early Bird Members (includes lunches) $385.00 Nonmembers (includes lunches) $347.00 Members (includes lunch) $285.00 Students (does not include lunches) In this workshop, we will create molds to be used in combination with wheel thrown and handbuilt forms made out of clay. By using press molds made of plaster, the wheel will then be used as a tool to assemble the pieces. We will explore a variety of utilitarian forms, from cups to vases, and discuss how to use carving, inlay and terra sigillata as surface decoration to make each piece unique to the maker. Workshop includes: 2 lunches 25 lbs of clay Plaster for molds Register Here About the Ranch Reitz Ranch is comprised of 14 acres on the beautiful Verde River in Clarkdale, Az. Nestled between Cottonwood, Jerome, Clarkdale, and Sedona, the ranch offers easy access from any spot here in the heart of Arizona wine country. With a remote feel, the ranch is still within a 20 minute drive of stores, restaurants, and nightspots. Built on the bones of a working ranch, the rich heritage of the ranch is apparent everywhere you look. A bunkhouse built over 100 years ago out of river rock, well pump handles, and literally hundreds of Don’s “porch pots” add to the experience. Whether you’re a beginning potter, advanced hobbyist, or working professional, then ranch can meet your needs. A well-equipped open studio, a wood fired kiln selection, and most importantly, a helpful community of wonderful people with the same interests will make you feel right at home.
  11. “The Clay Canvas” Sgraffito Workshop with Alissa Mittl Register Here May 24, 2020: 10:00am – 4:30pm * EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION THROUGH 3/24/2020 * $145.00 Early Bird Nonmembers (includes lunch) $115.00 Early Bird Members (includes lunch) $165.00 Nonmembers (includes lunch) $135.00 Members (includes lunch) In this one-day workshop, students will learn how clay can be treated as a two-dimensional canvas using sgraffito carving techniques. The term sgraffito originates from the Italian term graffiare meaning “to scratch.” It is a ceramic carving technique in which the colored, leather-hard surface is scratched through to reveal the clay body underneath. Using underglazes and carving techniques, Alissa will demonstrate how to build visually upon the ceramic surface to create depth and detailed imagery. An interest in drawing is encouraged, but no prior experience is necessary! All materials included. Register Here About the Ranch Reitz Ranch is comprised of 14 acres on the beautiful Verde River in Clarkdale, Az. Nestled between Cottonwood, Jerome, Clarkdale, and Sedona, the ranch offers easy access from any spot here in the heart of Arizona wine country. With a remote feel, the ranch is still within a 20 minute drive of stores, restaurants, and nightspots. Built on the bones of a working ranch, the rich heritage of the ranch is apparent everywhere you look. A bunkhouse built over 100 years ago out of river rock, well pump handles, and literally hundreds of Don’s “porch pots” add to the experience. Whether you’re a beginning potter, advanced hobbyist, or working professional, then ranch can meet your needs. A well-equipped open studio, a wood fired kiln selection, and most importantly, a helpful community of wonderful people with the same interests will make you feel right at home.
  12. Travis Winters: Animal House Workshop Register Here January 6- 10, 2019: 10:00am – 4:30pm $495.00 Nonmembers (includes 5 meals) $445.00 Members (includes 5 meals) $396.00 Students (no meals included) This workshop will focus on building techniques for creating expressive animals. Throughout the class students will gain knowledge on using simple armatures to assist in the solid construction of narrative figures. This includes, building, sectioning off pieces for hollowing, hollowing, reassembling, and clean up. During this process we will learn techniques for modeling realistic features and textures to bring our animals to life. Towards the end of our workshop we will discuss finishing options and learn how to create dynamic surfaces by using terra sigilatta, underglaze, glaze, and stains. Workshop includes: 5 lunches 25 lbs of clay Register About the Ranch Reitz Ranch is comprised of 14 acres on the beautiful Verde River in Clarkdale, Az. Nestled between Cottonwood, Jerome, Clarkdale, and Sedona, the ranch offers easy access from any spot here in the heart of Arizona wine country. With a remote feel, the ranch is still within a 20 minute drive of stores, restaurants, and nightspots. Built on the bones of a working ranch, the rich heritage of the ranch is apparent everywhere you look. A bunkhouse built over 100 years ago out of river rock, well pump handles, and literally hundreds of Don’s “porch pots” add to the experience. Whether you’re a beginning potter, advanced hobbyist, or working professional, then ranch can meet your needs. A well-equipped open studio, a wood fired kiln selection, and most importantly, a helpful community of wonderful people with the same interests will make you feel right at home.
  13. franaldea

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    From the album: Our Workshop

    Can anyone help me and let me know how it is called in english this step of the ceramic process? In spanish is "vaciado"
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