Intro to Pottery: Throwing for Beginners | MORNINGS

with Ron Miller | Beginners

Learn skill, dexterity, and coordination using the potter’s wheel as a tool of the ceramic-forming process as you are introduced to hand-building and throwing techniques. Develop aesthetics in a contemporary, social, and historical context while also exploring the fundamental process of firing and glazing. Firing fees are charged, based on volume of work produced. Materials list provided.

Mondays, 9 a.m. - Noon | 1/22 - 4/15 (No Class 3/11)
12 classes | 36 contact hours
Location: Ceramics Studios, 1211 State Street (Enter through Museum side of building near Fountain Elms) 
Cost: $380, Member: $360, Material Fee: $75

+ SCHOLARSHIPS: Need-based scholarship request forms are available HERE >

+ CERAMICS STUDIO GUIDELINES: Please review the best practices and studio rules for the Munson Community Arts Ceramics Program HERE >

+ CLASS NOTES: Ceramics courses may sometimes require light lifting. Students should be able to occasionally lift up to 25 lbs.

+ OPEN STUDIO TIMES: Students currently enrolled in an adult ceramics class may take advantage of open studio hours on Saturdays or Sundays from 8am - Noon or 1-5pm. Open studio spots are limited and must be registered for in advance of attending via digital signup.

+ FIRING TICKETS: Firing fees are based on the measured volume of the finished pieces. Firing tickets are $2 each and available for purchase at the School of Art reception desk during business hours.

+ MATERIAL FEES: Required material fees cover the cost of full use of studio clay and glazes.

+ PRATT MUNSON SPRING BREAK: No classes or open studio the week of March 11 - 17.

+ CAMPUS MAP: View the College of Art and Design Campus Map > Entrance locations are marked with a “star”. Visit Studio Building Reception for help and directions to classrooms.

Meet your instructor, Ron!

Ron Miller

Intro to Pottery: Throwing for Beginners | MORNINGS