Wheel Throwing Class / beginner to intermediate – Nov 6 – Dec 11

Instructor: Marie Hennessey
Tuesday evenings 6:30 – 9pm
cost: $265 (6 weeks – tax incl)

Clay cost $35 (includes glazes and firing) paid directly to instructor at first class.

This six week class will review and establish centering techniques as well as the basic cylinder and bowl shapes. One will also have the opportunity to explore trimming, handles, lidded pots, throwing larger and fun decorative techniques as well as basic glazing. Come join Marie in expanding your skills and create your own specials gifts for the Holidays!

Location: Gladstone Clayworks Pottery Co-op 949B Gladstone Ave, Ottawa

This class is limited to 6 students to provide as much individual attention as possible.

Cancellation and Refund Policy If a registered student drops out after the first class, they will receive a refund of $150.00, provided they give notice no later than 48 hours prior to the second scheduled class. Notice must be sent to the Gladstone Clayworks (email.gladstoneclayworks@gmail.com). There will be no refund if the student cancels after that.

For more information please email <gladstoneclayworks@gmail.com>

CLASS REGISTRATION

If class is full, please email us to be added to the waiting list.
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Instructor: Marie Hennessey

Marie embraced clay in the 90’s through community classes which ignited the path to a career as a maker, instructor and studio technician. A long time member of the Ottawa Guild of Potters, Marie has served as chair on several committees and is a repeat contributor to the infamous Great Bowls of Fire bowl donation. Marie also managed the pottery studio at the “Firehall”… in Old Ottawa South for 10 years. Ceramic study has been through courses, workshops, mentorship and self directed over 25 years. Outside of oxidation ware, Marie has experience in raku and wood firings. Having found her niche instructing classes to both children and adults in Ottawa, Marie is a member of the Gladstone Clayworks Pottery cooperative. It is here where she continues to explore the beautiful craft of ceramics. 

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