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  • Instructor Name
    Renata Mastroti Kunkel
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    112
    Member Price
    $110
    Non-Member Price
    $135

    This is a really fun two-day workshop, if you want to go beyond the cookie cutter ornaments, this class is for you! We will make and decorate 2D and 3D pieces using underglazes, carving tools ,slips, colored clay, glass and wire among other materials.In the second class, pieces will be finished using several different glazing techniques. This class is suited for brand new beginners and those with experience as well. A materials fee of $5 is due to Maryland Hall Pottery on the first day of class. For more information, please contact the intstructor at renata_mastroti@yahoo.com.

  • Instructor Name
    Sarah Tippin
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    112
    Member Price
    $360
    Non-Member Price
    $385

    Find your zen at the pottery wheel this winter! Students will learn the beautiful, meditative nature of the ancient craft of throwing on the potter’s wheel. We’ll work on technique and create simple, foundational forms like cups and bowls. We’ll learn about what makes a pot aesthetically pleasing in form and surface design, and how to evoke personal expression through clay. We will create our own pieces from start to finish, and learn all about the alchemy of what happens to clay when fired, glazed, and fired again. This course is suitable for individuals with novice to some throwing experience. While beginners will focus on centering the clay and making the simple forms that create the foundation for all other pieces, experienced students will have more complicated challenges to keep honing their skills. Students should bring a towel, wear clothes that can get a little dirt on them and tie hair back. A $30 materials fee is due during the first class, which will cover the first 25lbs of clay and glazes.Additional studio time is available for registered students in this class - check the Open Studio-Monday, Open Studio-Wednesday, Open Studio -Saturday or a package of all three options.

  • Instructor Name
    Laura Switkes
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    116
    Member Price
    $360
    Non-Member Price
    $385

    Hand-building is an ancient pottery-making technique that involves creating forms without a pottery wheel, using only your hands, fingers, and simple tools. This 9 week class is designed for both the beginner and returning beginner student who would like to explore or strengthen their skills using the slab technique of hand-building. The student will discover how to create the basic clay forms (cups, plates, bowls and platters). To enhance the beauty of the simple slab, different texturing techniques will be introduced. Glazing applications will also explored. A materials fee of $30 is payable to the Maryland Hall Pottery Department at the first class. For more information, please contact the instructor at lswitkes@mac.com Additional studio time is available for registered students in this class - check the Open Studio-Monday, Open Studio-Wednesday, Open Studio -Saturday or a package of all three options.

  • Instructor Name
    Laura Switkes
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    116
    Member Price
    $360
    Non-Member Price
    $385

    Before potters had the wheel, they were creating beautiful pots and clay forms using clay, their hands their fingers, and basic hand tools . This 9 week class is designed for the Intermediate to advanced student, who would like to explore a broad variety of hand building techniques. To enhance the beauty of the hand built piece, different texturing techniques will be introduced. Decorative slips and glazing applications will also be explored. A materials fee of $30 is payable to Maryland Hall Pottery Department the first class. For more information, please contact the instructor at lswitkes@mac.com.Additional studio time is available for registered students in this class - check the Open Studio-Monday, Open Studio-Wednesday, Open Studio -Saturday or a package of all three options.

  • Instructor Name
    Pottery Studio Tech MDH
    Ages
    adult 16+
    Room Number
    112,114,116
    Member Price
    $45
    Non-Member Price
    $70

    Pottery Open Studio is for students who wish to practice their craft outside of class times when the studio tech is in attendance. Studio hours are open only to currently registered students in the same season.Hours: Monday 5:00 - 8:00, Wednesday 1:00 - 3:00, Saturday 1:00 - 3:30. For information:education@mdhallarts.org

  • Instructor Name
    Renata Mastroti Kunkel
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    112
    Member Price
    $360
    Non-Member Price
    $385

    In this class students will advance their knowledge of wheel throwing to create more complex forms such as teapots, platters, pitchers, and lidded forms. We will also discuss aesthetic details regarding rims, feet, handle, proportions, weight, etc. Bring an old small towel, a sketch book and lots of ideas. A materials fee of $30 is due to Maryland Hall Pottery at the first class. For more information, please contact the intstructor at renata@rmastrotipottery.com. No class on 3/15/23. Additional studio time is available for registered students in this class - check the Open Studio-Monday, Open Studio-Wednesday, Open Studio -Saturday or a package of all three options.

  • Instructor Name
    Laura Switkes
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    116
    Member Price
    $360
    Non-Member Price
    $385

    Before potters had the wheel, they were creating beautiful pots and clay forms using clay, their hands their fingers, and basic hand tools . This 9 week class is designed for the Intermediate to advanced student, who would like to explore a broad variety of hand building techniques. To enhance the beauty of the hand built piece, different texturing techniques will be introduced. Decorative slips and glazing applications will also be explored. A materials fee of $30 is payable to Maryland Hall Pottery Department the first class. For more information, please contact the instructor at lswitkes@mac.com.Additional studio time is available for registered students in this class - check the Open Studio-Monday, Open Studio-Wednesday, Open Studio -Saturday or a package of all three options.

  • Instructor Name
    Pottery Studio Tech MDH
    Ages
    adult 16+
    Room Number
    112,114,116
    Member Price
    $25
    Non-Member Price
    $50

    Pottery Open Studio is for students who wish to practice their craft outside of class times when the studio tech is in attendance. Studio hours are open only to currently registered students in the same season.Hours: Wednesday 1:00 - 3:00 PM. For information:education@mdhallarts.org

  • Instructor Name
    Laura Switkes
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    116
    Member Price
    $360
    Non-Member Price
    $385

    Hand-building is an ancient pottery-making technique that involves creating forms without a pottery wheel, using only your hands, fingers, and simple tools. This 9 week class is designed for both the beginner and returning beginner student who would like to explore or strengthen their skills using the slab technique of hand-building. The student will discover how to create the basic clay forms (cups, plates, bowls and platters). To enhance the beauty of the simple slab, different texturing techniques will be introduced. Glazing applications will also explored. A materials fee of $30 is payable to the Maryland Hall Pottery Department at the first class. For more information, please contact the instructor at lswitkes@mac.com .Additional studio time is available for registered students in this class - check the Open Studio-Monday, Open Studio-Wednesday, Open Studio -Saturday or a package of all three options.

  • Instructor Name
    Renata Mastroti Kunkel
    Ages
    16+
    Room Number
    112
    Member Price
    $360
    Non-Member Price
    $385

    This class is suited for those with a little experience. Students should be able to throw a small cylinder and a small bowl. In this class we will work towards refining our throwing skills to make lighter, better centered pots. We will explore more complex forms including lidded pieces and pouring pots and, we will work on details like rims, feet, handles, etc. Bring an old towel, a sketch book and lots of ideas. A materials fee of $30 is due to the Maryland Hall Pottery at the first class. No class on 03/15. For more information, please contact the intstructor at renata@rmastrotipottery.com.Additional studio time is available for registered students in this class - check the Open Studio-Monday, Open Studio-Wednesday, Open Studio -Saturday or a package of all three options.