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CCE 115-F23 | Colorful, Functional Ceramics

CCE 115-F23 | Colorful, Functional Ceramics

9/23-12/9 (12 sessions) 9 am -12 pm

Maximum Enrollment: 10 LBS

Course Description



This class will focus on wheel-thrown ceramics with an emphasis on functional forms. A variety of decorating possibilities, including slips, stains, glazes and texture, will be explored, with special emphasis on how surface decoration relates to form. Students will learn how to prepare ware for firing in large gas reduction kilns, and how the reduction atmosphere affects both clay and glazes. Students from the beginner to the experienced can work at their own pace, with teacher-guided individualized instruction.


9/23-12/9 (12 sessions) 9 am - 12 pm Saturdays

Tuition: $400 + $50 studio fee

CEUs: 3.6

Room 510



Cathy Schroeder Hammond has been teaching pottery in So. Maine since 1991. She served as MECA&D's Ceramic Technician for eleven years, and also taught in both the BFA and CS programs. Since 2001 Cathy has operated her own business, Brave Heart Clay Works, Lewiston, ME, and sells her work through select shops in Maine.

Notebook, and any tools students may have.

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