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  • Clay Coil Creatures Workshop with the Southeast Steuben County Library

    Friday, March 4, 2016
    3:30 am - 4:45 am

    Add to Calendar 03/04/2016 3:30 AM 03/04/2016 4:45 AM America/New_York Clay Coil Creatures Workshop with the Southeast Steuben County Library

    clayworkshopFriday, March 4 & April 1, 2016
    3:30 – 4:45 p.m.

    *Must participate in both dates to complete project

    Two-part workshop for kids (age 10 and up)
    Limit of 25 participants
    Registration is closed – workshop is full

    Workshop fee: FREE 

    The Rockwell teams up with the Southeast Steuben County Library (SSCL) to provide this in-depth clay-making opportunity for kids. Participants will learn the traditional Native American coil-building technique to create imaginative creatures out of clay.  

    Session 1: Friday, March 4

    Students will create clay creatures using hand-building techniques inspired by The Rockwell’s exhibit, “On Fire: The Nancy and Alan Cameros Collection of Southwestern Pottery”.

    Session 2: Friday, April 1

    Students will glaze (paint) their pottery with colorful designs and symbols.

     

    *Please note that all work will need to be fired in a kiln and will be ready for pick-up at The Rockwell about three weeks after the second session. You will be notified when pieces are ready for pick-up. 

    Contact the Rockwell Museum Education Department with questions: 607.974.4707

    The Rockwell Museum, 111 Cedar Street, Corning, NY 14830

    clayworkshopFriday, March 4 & April 1, 2016
    3:30 – 4:45 p.m.

    *Must participate in both dates to complete project

    Two-part workshop for kids (age 10 and up)
    Limit of 25 participants
    Registration is closed – workshop is full

    Workshop fee: FREE 

    The Rockwell teams up with the Southeast Steuben County Library (SSCL) to provide this in-depth clay-making opportunity for kids. Participants will learn the traditional Native American coil-building technique to create imaginative creatures out of clay.  

    Session 1: Friday, March 4

    Students will create clay creatures using hand-building techniques inspired by The Rockwell’s exhibit, “On Fire: The Nancy and Alan Cameros Collection of Southwestern Pottery”.

    Session 2: Friday, April 1

    Students will glaze (paint) their pottery with colorful designs and symbols.

     

    *Please note that all work will need to be fired in a kiln and will be ready for pick-up at The Rockwell about three weeks after the second session. You will be notified when pieces are ready for pick-up. 

    Contact the Rockwell Museum Education Department with questions: 607.974.4707