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Workshops

Workshops

Workshops are structured to provide either an introduction to various artistic mediums or specific skill building within a medium.

These clay workshops are designed to accommodate families who want to create together.  Up to three people can work on a single project for one tuition fee. Children ages 4-7 can attend if accompanied by an adult and children ages 8+ can attend as individuals.

REGISTER AND PREPAY BY JANUARY 2017 AND RECEIVE 10% OFF TOTAL TUITION.  FINANCIAL AID MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR ALL FAMILY WORKSHOPS. CLASSES MUST BE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 2017.

 


 

 

 

Upcoming Clay Workshops

1/21 10:00a Snowman Cookie Dish (Ages 6+) Nonmembers $25 | Members $20

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1/21 4:30p Adult Wheel Workshop (Ages 14+) Nonmembers $40 | Members $35

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2/11 10:30a Chip & Dip (Ages 14+) Nonmembers $35 | Members $30

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2/18 10:00a Lady Bug Vase (Ages 6+) Nonmembers $25 | Members $20

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2/25 10:00a Log Cabin (Families) Nonmembers $35 | Members $30

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3/4 4:30p Adult Wheel Workshop (Ages 14+) Nonmembers $40 | Members $35

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3/25 10:00a Decorated Egg (Ages 6+) Nonmembers $25 | Members $20

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4/1 10:00a Slab Mug Set (Families) Nonmembers $35 | Members $30

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4/8 10:30a Mask Wall Hanging (Adults 14+) Nonmembers $35 | Members $30

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5/6 10:00a Toad Abode (Ages 6+) Nonmembers $25 | Members $20

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COURTESY MATTERS 

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Grades 5 & 6

Monday 7:00-8:00pm

January 30, February 6, February 27, March 13, March 27, April 3

Cost:  Nonmember $125, Member $100

Courtesy Matters is a party experience for fifth and sixth graders designed to teach poise, self-confidence and the finer points of etiquette. Eash session is a social gathering that includes refreshments and games with prizes, while teaching students proper introductions, table manners and social dances. Classmates will learn common courtesies, helping them to feel comfortable in a variety of social situations with both peears and adults. The instructor, Catherine Webster, has taught similar cotillion classes in Wooster since 1988. Expected dress for boys will be dresspants, shirt and tie; and for girls, skirts or dresses. (Please contact Wayne Center for the Arts staff if you do not have access to any of these items.)


2017 Functional Ceramics

 

 

WORKSHOP: APRIL 21—22