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3D at LSC Programs

Afterschool Clay Class for Children
Jan 22-Mar 4 session 1, Mar 18-Apr 29, session 2, 6-week sessions
(no class school vacations)
Instructor: Ann McClellan, Tues 3:30-5pm
Join this group for artistic exploration with clay.  Hand-building and
basic wheel-throwing techniques will be taught.  Ideas will be generated
for both structured time and free clay play.  Wheel time will be shared.
  Skills and vocabulary for clay work will be encouraged for all emerging
artists.  Ages 8-14
Cost $75 per six-week session, Materials $10 Class size 8-10

Wednesday Adult morning clay class "Keepsake Containers"
Instructor: Silvia Leonie Carrier
Wed 9:30-noon (6 sessions) * February sessions begin when 4 are enrolled

This class will focus on hand building three dimensional objects using soft
slabs of clay. We will work with paper templates to create different forms
with unique lids. Feet, handles and other features will be added as well.
Participants will explore a variety of surface treatments, such as creating
textures and using different glazing techniques. A brief demonstration will
be presented during each class. Participants are encouraged to add their
own ideas to their individual projects. This class is designed for adults with
or without any prior clay experience. Cost: $145, Material Fee:$10


Afternoon Clay Class for Children
Instructor: Silvia Leonie Carrier
Wed 1:00-2:30 (6 sessions) * February sessions begin when 4 are enrolled
Children ages 6 years and older will create various two and three dimensional
projects using a variety of hand building techniques such as pinching and
sculpting, coiling and building with clay slabs. We will create two dimensional
objects, such as relief tiles, but also explore the building of three dimensional
objects, such as clay baskets with cutouts and other projects. The complexities
of the projects vary in accordance to the child's age and ability. Cost: $75,
Material Fee: $10

After school Clay Class for Children
Instructor: Silvia Leonie Carrier
Wed 3:30-4:45 (class might start earlier!) (6 sessions) * February sessions
begin when 4 are enrolled
Children ages 6 years and older will create various two and three dimensional
projects using a variety of hand building techniques such as pinching and
sculpting, coiling and building with clay slabs. We will create two dimensional
objects, such as relief tiles, but also explore the building of three dimensional
objects, such as clay baskets with cutouts other projects. The complexities of
the projects vary in accordance to the child's age and ability.
Cost: $70 (75 minutes/ session) or $75 (90 minutes/ session), Material Fee:
$10
* minimum of four participants

Pottery Open Studio
February 21-April 10, 2008
Thurs. 6-8pm

Work with clay, in hand building or wheel throwing techniques on Thursday evenings from
6-8. $10 (plus material fees as used) for people with previous experience working with clay..
This casual setting is ideal for artists and craftspersons wishing to work independently in the company of others.

The studio is equipped with 4 Electric Wheels, 1 kick wheel, Slab Roller, Tools, Kilns, Glazes and Bisques.

For anyone currently enrolled in 3D@LSC, Pottery Open Studio provides extra hours for $5 per session plus materials/kiln fees.  

December Holiday Clay and Crafts Exhibition is held each year, students will have an opportunity to show and/or sell the work they’ve produced along with the Faculty and Studio Members of 3D@LSC.

Memberships to the Clay Studio are available for $300 per year, FMI call our office 9-1 Mon-Fri.


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Lincoln Street Center for Arts and Education   •   24 Lincoln Street   •   PO Box 1631  •   Rockland, Maine 04841 USA

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