Two-Day Workshop: #3 - Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 16-17
This two-day workshop in my Cambria studio is a great way to get your hands in clay and create! Whether you’re an experienced clayer, a beginning potter, or just want to do something new, this will be fun!
Just come as you are. Everything is included to make this a fun-filled experience. We'll be making and decorating several projects.
While the workshop is more about the process than a final product, most participants are thrilled with what they've made and accomplished in our time together. After registration, you'll receive additional information and project options.
You are welcome to register for consecutive workshops (if space available). If you are registering for yourself and a friend or family member, please provide me with their name/contact information.
Please note that this is a workshop tailored to adults. Participants should be at least 14 and highly motivated to engage in workshop activities.
I take care of clay/materials, snacks, and light breakfast and lunch on Day 2. You leave your pieces with me and I bisque-fire, glaze and final fire them for you. (Shipping to you after workshop is additional $15 which will be charged at workshop, if applicable.)
TIMELINE FOR TWO-DAY WORKSHOPS
Day #1: 1-5 p.m. (Open Studio time until 6 p.m.)
- Arrive by 1 p.m.
- Break at 3 p.m (coffee/tea and light snack.)
- Instruction finishes at 5 p.m.
- Open Studio time for those who would like to stay until 6 p.m.
Day #2: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Open Studio time until 5 p.m.)
- Arrive at 9 a.m. for coffee/tea and baked goods, fruit.
- Lunch at noon at Sandy's Deli (included)
- Finished at 3 p.m. (with Open Studio time until 5 p.m.)
About cancellations and refunds: Your entire fee is refunded if cancellation is made 60 days prior to the workshop. If cancellation is made after that, your fee is refunded minus a $50 charge. If cancellation is made within 7 days of the workshop, there are no refunds. Whenever possible, I will work with registrants to reserve an alternative date in the future rather than cancel.