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Pottery Wheel Course (Sunday Summer Session)
July 30 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Sunday, repeating until July 30, 2017
Classes cover basic wheel-throwing and hand-building techniques, and is appropriate for ages 8 and up! They also allow intermediate and advanced students the opportunity to pursue their own interests with guidance if needed. Classes are limited in space to maximize personal attention. Additional clay can be purchased. Options are available for unlimited studio time.
This is a eight session course, and will take place once a week every Sunday from June 11th to July 30th from 10 AM to 12:30 PM.
Please don’t hesitate about signing up after the session starts, please get into contact with us and we can accommodate you up to a few weeks in. Due to enrollment and scheduling we can not always accommodate makeup classes.
The class includes group instruction, a 25lb bag of clay, tools, glazes, storage, and firings. Classes are appropriate for beginners through advanced throwers. All firing and finishing costs are included in price.
Lowell Makes Members are entitled to a 20% discount on class prices after costs of materials.
Chelsi Hanley grew up in Lowell Massachusetts. She attended Lowell High School from 2004- 2008, where she grew a fast connection and love for ceramics. She carried this love to college where she pursued a degree in Fine Arts. Chelsi attended the University of Massachusetts in Lowell from 2008 to 2013. Here she primarily concentrated in dark room photography, sculpture, and ceramics. Part of the reason she acquired the liking for these three mediums is the hands on connection she can make with the material. Chelsi was the art teacher at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell where she helped youth gain inspiration for their art and life; between 2011 and 2014. Chelsi was the manager of the Ceramic Studio, Indigo Fire, in Belmont, Massachusetts. Chelsi continued her education after college at MudFlat in Somerville, Massachusetts where she took classes and an independent study. Currently she is growing her collection and is creating her ceramic pieces at Lowell Makes.