Hybrid Objects: Wheel Throwing & Hand Building (Saturday Afternoon)

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Hybrid Objects: Wheel Throwing & Hand Building (Saturday Afternoon)

355.00

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Session I: January 19 - March 9 (there is no class on Feb 16)
Hours : Saturdays 2:30pm - 5:00pm (eight sessions)
Course Price: Price : $355 (it includes material).

Session II: March 16 - May 04 (eight sessions)
Hours : Saturdays 2:30pm - 5:00pm (there is no class on April 20/ Passover weekend)

Course Price: Price : $355  (it includes material).

The price  includes clay and glazes. 

Firings Fee: 5 cents per cubic inch (that includes bisque and glaze firing).

Open Studio: We offer Extra Studio time for currently enrolled students: $15 for one visit; $48 for 7 weeks; $60 for 8 weeks.

Hours: Tuesdays 2:00pm- 7:00 pm, Wednesday 2:00pm- 7:00 pm, Thursdays 2:00pm - 7:00pm & Fridays 2:00 pm-8:00pm

Description: In this beginning to intermediate course students will learn to explore the wheel-thrown vessel as a hybrid object for functional, sculptural and conceptual means.  

Merging techniques in wheel throwing and hand building, students will develop fundamental skills for handling the material. They will combine this foundation with experiments in assembling multiple pieces, altering dynamic forms and integrating hand built parts. 

Students should expect to alternate between wheel throwing and hand building practices, applying a playful approach to reach beyond the basic cylinder. 


Refund Policy: Refund and transfer requests must be made via mail or in person two weeks prior to start of the class. Registration receipts are required and there is a $50 processing fee for all refunds and transfers.

Makeup class Policy: We try to be as accommodating as possible with scheduling make-up classes, but it is based on availability. Make-ups must be pre-approved by the teacher to ensure the make-up class is the appropriate skill level, and that there is availability in the class.  If we are not able to schedule a make-up class, the student can come in for one day during Open Studio hours.

About the Instructor:

Aimee Odum is a visual artist residing in Brooklyn, New York. She received her MFA in Studio Art from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville where she was the Director of sUgAR Gallery and sUgAR Vision, an Internet and televised art platform. Odum recently curated Vibrant Things for Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, New York and served on the Organizational Committee for Nasty Women, NYC, which presented its inaugural event January 2017. Invited to speak about her work, Odum participated in the symposium Local Views in conjunction with the State of the Art Exhibition at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville. She has exhibited nationally and internationally at locations such as Satellite Art Show, (Miami, FL); The Living Art Museum(Reykjavik, Iceland); Mengi (Reykjavik, Iceland); Random Access Gallery, Syracuse University, (Syracuse, NY); Negar Art Gallery, (Tehran, Iran); Hectoliter, (Brussels, Belgium); and GRIN, (Providence, RI); Recipient of the Sturgis International Fellowship, Odum was a Visiting Artist at Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2015. She was recently awarded an Artist Publication Fellowship by Peripheral Vision Press in conjunction with the publication of journal issue No. 8, due for release in May, 2018. Her studio practice utilizes video, objects and installation to address the slippery merge between virtual and natural worlds.