Three-Dimensional Classes
All classes below are held at our Reservoir Park facilities!


Beginning Pottery
(Ages 15 through adult, Reservoir Park Pottery Studio, 10 weeks)

Recommended for those who have never participated in a clay class, students will learn to build with clay using coil, slab and free-form techniques. Clay, glazing and firing coasts are included. Additional clay may be purchased at $10 per bag.

Instructor: Sean Gray | $130.00 | Sept 10 - Nov 12 | Mondays, 6 - 8:30pm

Advanced Glazing Techniques
(Ages 15 through adult, Reservoir Park Sculpture Studio, 10 weeks)

Students who are confident in pottery via hand-building or wheel-throwing will learn exciting methods of mixing and applying glazes. The focus will be on crystalline glazes.

Instructor: Erik Harmon | $130.00 | Sept 12 - Nov 14 | Wednesdays, 6 - 8:30 pm

Pottery Using the Wheel
(Ages 15 through adult, Reservoir Park Painting Studio, 10 weeks)

This course is an introduction to the use of the potter's wheel as well as glazing and alternative finishing techniques. Clay, glazing and firing costs are included. Additional clay is $10 per bag. Maximum enrollment for each class is five students.

Instructor: Jerald Phoenix | $130.00

Sept 10 - Nov 12 | Mondays, 6:30 - 9pm
Sept 11 - Nov 13 | Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9pm
Sept 13 - Nov 15 | Thursdays, 6:30 - 9pm
Sept 15 - Nov 17 | Saturdays, 9:30 - 11:30am

Soft Stone Carving Workshop
(Ages 15 through adult, Reservoir Park Sculpture Studio, 12 weeks)

This class will provide a basic understanding of designing, carving, rasping and polishing sculptures using a soft, manageable stone. Students will meet with the instructor before the first class so the proper tools and a stone can be purchased. 5 students maximum.

Instructor: Jim Youngman | $110.00 | Sept 11 - Dec 4 | Tuesdays, 12:30 - 3pm

Introduction to Sculpture Using Wood & Metal

(Ages 15 through adult, Reservoir Park Sculpture Studio, 10 weeks)

This class will begin with a review of significant works of the 20th century, including sculptures by Louise Nevelson and Richard Serra. The first half of the class will focus on wood; the second, metal. Artwork will be made from found objects, as well as materials provided by the instructor, with additional materials being purchased by the students from a provided materials list. Wood selection, paints and stains, cutting, carving and sanding, ferrous and non-ferrous materials, cold weld adhesion and bending, shaping and forming metal will be explored. Each student will produce sketch ideas, study models for review and produce two final sculptures (one wood and one metal) during the course. All levels of interest are welcome. 5 students maximum.

Instructor: Richard Gribble | $100.00 (includes tool fee) | 9/13 - 11/15 | Thursdays, 6 - 8:30 pm




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