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Open Studio: Watercolor Series Drop-in $8 per studio session, with Ashleigh McCann

Come be a part of this 4-week open studio watercolor series. Pay as you go for each individual Saturday. This open studio is self-directed. Instructor, Ashleigh McCann will be available to assist students in watercolor techniques, critiques and artistic direction. Pre-registration required for each Saturday.

When: Saturday’s, April 6th- 27th
Time: 1pm-3pm
Where: Room 10A
Cost: $8 per session. The first open studio supplies are included, from there a supply list will be given, and students will be required to bring their own supplies.
Instructor: Ashleigh McCann
Class size: Maximum 15


Raku Workshop with Dino Pfaff and Rob Kellenbeck (12 years and up)

This Raku workshop will take place over two Saturdays. The first Saturday students will work to create pottery using Raku clay. Dino Pfaff and Rob Kellenbeck will be pairing up to work with students on designs and ideas. Wheel throwing and hand-built work will be explored. The second Saturday will be glazing and firing the work. This class will cover the history of Raku, Raku clay, glazing techniques, and atmospheric firing techniques. Students will take an active role in firing the Raku kiln with the instructors. The Saturday between classes, students may come in and begin glazing their pieces.

When: Saturday’s, May 4th and May 18th, 2019
Time: May 4th, 12-3pm ; May 18th, 10am-3pm (Students are required to be present to fire their pieces, but may leave after that, or stay to watch other’s work being fired).
Where: Wheel Room
Cost: $75 plus $25 supply fee (includes raku clay, glaze and firing.)
Instructor: Ashleigh McCann
Class size: Min 6 students, Max 15 students

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)
10% off class fee with 1-year Museum Membership

Instructors: Dino Pfaff and Rob Kellenbeck
Dino Pfaff and Rob Kellenbeck are instructors at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art. Rob is the Education Assistant and runs the ceramic studio. Rob has been creating pottery for over 40 years and owned Deer Creek Pottery for 30 years. Dino has taught children and adults for over 30 years.