Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons

Workshops

Workshops  -- 2018

We have some exciting workshops scheduled for 2017. To register for any of these workshops, please download a workshop registration form. Workshops are open to members and non-members, and fees must be paid at least one month in advance (except for Winter Weekends) to reserve space, or workshop may be cancelled.  If you need a place to stay, please contact us.

 

Phyllis Spiegel

Phyllis Spiegel

Winter Weekend Workshops - 2018

2 Day Workshops

$150 - Members

$200 - Non-Members

10am to 3pm with an hour for lunch

Includes materials and bisque firing (glaze firing not included)

January 27 & 28: Glaze Application Techniques with Nancy Robbins

Learn the best techniques for applying glazes to achieve perfect surfaces.  Explore new possibilities for you work.

February 17 & 18: Throwing Large Pots with Steve Jones

Students will learn various techniques for centering and throwing large forms of 10-25 pounds each.  Both bowls and cylinders.

March 10 & 11: Split It Up! with Eve Behar

Learn fun techniques to make flower pots, chip-dip bowls, cake plates and more. This workshop will also include instruction on various decorative methods with slips and underglazes on greenware.

 

Master of The Art with TBD

Date TBD

10 AM - 4 PM

at The Clay Art Studios

$450 - Members

$550 - Non-Members

 
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Raku with Bill Shillalies

Choose your date:

Dates TBA

at the Raku Kiln Site

Members - $150

Nonmembers - $200

Hands on raku, sagger & horsehair firing workshops. Participants should bring lots of bisque ware. Pots for Raku should be no larger than 6" to 8". Pots for horsehair or sagger should be burnished round shapes. Use groggy stoneware or raku clay.  A small selection of glazes will be provided.

"I have been working in clay for 25 years. Working in woodfiring, pit firing, horse hair firing, soda firing and raku, my vessels take their influences from natural forces in our environment. I find physical impulses are represented in the process of creating the work and the finished piece."