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Class Time: Please make a selection above6-9pm10am-4pm10am-4pm6-9pm10am-1pm6-9pm (30 total hours)
Age Group: Ages 16+
Class Code: Please make a selection above4CER10B22-B5CER10P22-A5CER10P22-B5CER10B22-C5CER10E22-D6CER10B22-E
Entry Level Class (No prerequisite required) in Ceramics
Member Price: $546.50
Try your hands at making sculptural and functional forms in clay. This introductory class covers traditional hand-building and surface treatment techniques while pushing the boundaries with unconventional methods. You will leave with a solid foundation in working with clay and the ability to apply your new skill set to other 3-D work and materials.
Learn more about how you will make your own ceramics pour over in Ceramics I in this step-by-step on our blog!
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Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine arts educator who received her BFA in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramic sculpture. She is a business owner in arts education and has managed an international artist-in-residency program at the Guttenberg Arts (Non-Profit) Organization. Phoebe has participated in both national and international exhibitions at the Dyer Arts Center, Mehu Gallery in New York, Massachusetts Audubon Society, as well as the Isabelle Percy West Gallery in Oakland California. Print publications include Carrier Pigeon Magazine featured in PS1 MOMA and Art Basel Miami. Phoebe’s work reflects a vision of what she calls “alluring speculation.” Her work explores life in its transitional states. Rather than directly depicting nature, Phoebe seeks to create new natural-like forms mainly inspired by various types of ancient biology. She lives and works in California, and New York.