Clay Bakers and Chicken Bricks

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Clay Bakers and Chicken Bricks

125.00

One-Day Workshop
with Numo Jaeger

Sun., March 18, 2018   
 10am
4:30pm

This is a hands-on workshop for both hand-builders and wheel-throwers. Create an earthenware, clay baking vessel with or without sculptural additions. Learn how to work with templates, mold forms and closed wheel-thrown forms. This type of baker makes delicious meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian dishes with little or no issues with burning. Foods cooked in this type of baker remain perfectly moist and retain more vitamins and minerals. Hand-building techniques including pinch, coil and slab methods will be covered. Basic ceramics tools required.

During the class we will taste dishes prepared in bakers like the ones we are making.

PRICE FOR THIS WORKSHOP:

$125 | $100 for current Members/Students of T.P.S.
Current students and members of The Potters' Studio may enter discount code "8thstreet" upon checkout for $25 off.
Please only use the discount if you qualify, as we will be checking.

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Numo Jaeger has been teaching and working with clay for over 40 years. She studied under Viola Frey and Arthur Nelson at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland where she received her BFA in 1977.  She went on to get a teaching credential at California State University, Hayward and founded the art department at Beacon School.  She managed the ceramics studio at Studio One Art Center in Oakland for 18 years and taught all levels there before switching over to teaching high school art full time. She has taught ceramics at the Berkeley Potter’s Studio, The Academy of Art College in San Francisco, and at Hayward’s Adobe Art Center. She now teaches adult ceramics at night at Studio One Art Center and art at Saint Mary’s College High School in Berkeley.  She holds a master’s degree from The Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio. Her works are in private collections around the country.