Wheel Throwing 101 (Afternoon)
This course will introduce the fundamental skills necessary to center clay and produce basic pottery forms such as bowls, cylinders, mugs, and vases. Learn about the balance between aesthetic and utilitarian concerns which determine the difference between good and great work.
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
Tuesday, Afternoon 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Class Duration, Jan 5, 2021 - Feb 23, 2021
Instructor: Deborah Adornato
- Tuition: $416
- Fees: $10
Class ID: 21W1-CDA.2b
Deborah Adornato is from Atlanta where she has worked as a studio potter for over 30 years. Her education in ceramics includes the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Penland School, and a 2 year apprenticeship at Wildcat Creek Potter in N C. After establishing her studio, Atlanta Street Potter in Roswell, GA., she was instrumental in designing a clay program for the city. She has been an instructor at both Roswell Clay West and in her own studio for over 20 years. Deborah’s pots are primarily wheel thrown and reflect her passion for craftsmanship and a love of surface design and texture. Her current work, porcelain and stoneware fired in reduction and soda atmospheres, contain images relating to birds and migration.