Wheel Throwing - Beginning to Intermediate

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Wheel Throwing - Beginning to Intermediate


Instructor: Leah Bowring

Wednesdays 10am-1pm

In this class, students will learn the fundamental wheel-working skills used for shaping clay. For students with prior experience, this class will strengthen skills already learned. Students practice, using the potter's wheel, and begin throwing basic forms, such as cups, mugs and bowls. Intermediate students will refine forms as it pertains to their current skill level. They'll also learn how the firing process impacts the form and aesthetics of a ceramic piece, as well as how to use a variety of glazing techniques. 


Priority registration is given to the current students in a class. Their deadline to re-enroll is class #5 of each 8-class session. 

The number of students opting out of re-enrollment will open up that many spots, initially, to people on each class's notification list. A given notification list is solely tied to a specific class session (e.g,, May 2 - July 2). There’s no roll-over of the notification list to the following session. 

Should we be unable to fill this class via the notification list, we’ll add a registration link to this page, first-come/first-serve.


The next Wed. morning session begins Nov. 13. Please add your name to the notification list below if you’re interested.