Raku/Alternative Firing Techniques
Experiment with raku glaze techniques and alternative firing methods using saggars, sawdust, and horse hair. While there will be time to make new forms in class, students are encouraged to bring bisque objects for glazing and firing. Prerequisite: a basic knowledge of clay and ability to work somewhat independently.
CLASS WILL BE HELD IN THE CERAMICS BUILDING
Masks must be worn at all times on campus and during classes; temperature checks are required before entering class/open studio. Clay can be purchased in the ceramics studio.
All students must read and sign the health policy & waiver to attend Session 3 on-campus classes. CLICK HERE TO FILL IT OUT
Friday, Morning 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Duration, Jan 8, 2021 - Feb 26, 2021
Instructor: Mark Walnock
- Tuition: $488
- Fees: $10
Class ID: 21W1-CMW.5a
Mark Walnock graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, with honors, in ceramics. He has worked as an instructor and studio manager for various arts organizations including Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, Thompson Park Craft Center, Burlington County Community College, and the non-profit center Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in N.J. Mark has been an artist in residence at the Long Beach Island Foundation as well as the Vermont Studio Center. He has exhibited his work nationwide and at invitational shows in London and Japan.