Non-Fired Ceramics Classes for Kids
This non-fired Ceramic Program is all new at the Arboretum!
Perfect for beginners, children and their parent will gain a fundamental understanding of all the different possibilities working with clay. Students will learn the use of ceramic tools, how to make clay slabs, cylinders, incising, relief work, mosaic inlay work, and much more.
For each of the four different classes, twigs, tree bark, leaves, flowers, peacock feathers, and rocks will be made available to inspire students in their potential creations. Students will also learn about the various trees, plants, of the samples being used, and the unique patterns and textures that nature forms. To finish each piece, we will paint it and seal the artwork using all purpose glue. Join us this February for an introduction to non-fired ceramics and make unique artworks that will last a lifetime!
Taught by the well renowned artist and instructor, Patricia Ferber!
Patricia Ferber has been working in the field of Ceramics for over 40 years. Her area of expertise in the Fine Arts is primarily as a sculptor. Working in varied media, she is an educator, a curator, a free-lance artist. Encompassed are clay pieces, paintings, and large/environmental landscape works formed out of rock and metal. “My artwork continuous to evolve through the exploration of working in multiple media. Clay continues to captivate me, serving as an extension of my imago mundi”.
Ages 5-8, Parent attendance required!
Member $60, nonmember $70
Drop in Price:
Member $16, Nonmember $20
All materials are included
Price includes admission for 1 adult and 1 child
Registration for individual classes are below!
Collage with Clay and Nature
Saturday, February 2, 2019
Ikebana Like – Imprinted Cylinders, Cups, Pitchers, or Plates
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Saturday, February 16, 2019
Leaf Bowls or Tiles
Saturday, February 23, 2019