Dates: June 8 - July 27
Days/Times: Fridays, 10:00am – 1:00 pm
Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Instructor: Dennis McLaughlin
Course description: Explore nature-inspired visual and tactile surfaces on wheel thrown forms by using soda slips and washes as well as patterns and textures. Fresh spontaneous approaches on soft clay, as well as more structured methods of building functional work with thrown forms will be developed. A three-dimensional artist, from either clay or another discipline will be selected by each student to inspire the development of new methods that go beyond the familiar solution in making a soda fired functional pot. The experience of building a larger vocabulary of soda firing possibilities and results will lay the groundwork for new directions for functional work. (8 classes/10 weeks)
Course Fees: $145 for Harvard Undergraduate Students, $270 for Harvard Graduate Students, $840 for Adult Community, TAP Regular and Long Service - Follow instructions in on-line registration system for pricing.
Your course fee covers use of all clays (terra cotta, stonewares, sculpture body, porcelain), bisque firing, glazes and glaze firing up to 7,270 cu. inches of kiln space as well as 7 day access to the ceramics program and its equipment in addition to course instruction.
For questions regarding course content, please contact Director of Education, Kathy King at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions regarding registration, please contact Ceramics Associate, Ji-Eun Kim at email@example.com.
Location: Ceramics Studio