In Person, Ceramics, Classes, Yard School of Art, Teen (age 12–15), Steve Jaskowak

Teen Wheel Throwing

Tuesdays, 10 weeks
To
4:30 pm
6:00 pm

Create works of art in clay that are functional, decorative, or both—with an emphasis on individual expression. Throwing techniques for centering clay, creating bowls, and cylindrical forms will be covered, followed by finishing techniques, such as glazing, texturing, and preparing the work for the kiln. Prior wheel throwing experience is preferred.

This class will meet in MAM’s Ceramics Studio across the parking lot from the side entrance of the museum, on the back of the Administration Building.

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Member Price
$360
Non-Member Price
$450
Event Type
Classes
Event Format
In Person
Special Pricing Info

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Ages
Teen (age 12–15)
Medium
Ceramics
Priority Registration
Open Registration
Instructor

Steve Jaskowak

Stephen Jaskowak has been working with clay, in one capacity or another, on a daily basis since 1983. He started out as a functional potter working in potteries throughout Wisconsin. He received his B.A. in 1996 from the University of Wisconsin– Parkside and his M.F.A. from Miami University in 1998. Steve has been the ceramic studio manager at MAM since 2012 and is currently an adjunct professor at Kean University. Steve likes listening to the Grateful Dead and has been to over 437 of their concerts.