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A Pottery Sale for Unprecedented Times

August 13 – 16. Elaine Futterman & Mike Allegretti invite you to a Covid Safe Event at Creek Clayworks. All pots and sales will be outdoors, masks required, social distancing in effect, hand wash stations, credit card and debit sales. Food Bank pottery table: all payments to the Food Bank, cash only.

Spring Break: Hand Building with Clay with Bev & Ray Niebergall (Ages 10-13) – CANCELLED

12:30 – 2:30pm.
This wonderful workshop is designed to introduce your child to the magic of working with clay! By squishing, rolling, building and glazing, the children will use different techniques and methods to create wonderful works of art such as an animal pinch pot, mug, vase, bowl, mask or a choice of another project while learning the basic hand-building techniques of coil, pinching and slab. This is a great opportunity for children to use their imagination and inspire their unique creativity!

Spring Break: Fun with Clay with Bev & Ray Niebergall (6-9 yrs) – CANCELLED

For ages 6-9 : Mar 16 & 25 : 10:00 am – 12:00 pm.
It turns out that working with clay encourages growth and skills such as: motor skills, sensory development, problem solving skills, curiosity, self worth and self expression. It is exciting to see the pride a child exhibits when creating their own “masterpiece”. Touching clay is very centering, calming and therapeutic. Working with clay gives you permission to get your hands mucky! It touches our basic human spirit.

Spring Break: Hand Building With Clay with Bev & Ray Niebergall (10-13yrs) – CANCELLED

Mar 16 & 25 : 12:30pm – 2:30 pm. Ages 10-13 yrs.

This wonderful workshop is designed to introduce your child to the magic of working with clay! By squishing, rolling, building and glazing, the children will use different techniques and methods to create wonderful works of art such as an animal pinch pot, mug, vase, bowl, mask or a choice of another project while learning the basic hand-building techniques of coil, pinching and slab. This is a great opportunity for children to use their imagination and inspire their unique creativity!

Spring Break: Fun with Clay with Bev & Ray Niebergall (6-9 yrs) – CANCELLED

For ages 6-9 : Mar 16 & 25 : 10:00 am – 12:00 pm.
It turns out that working with clay encourages growth and skills such as: motor skills, sensory development, problem solving skills, curiosity, self worth and self expression. It is exciting to see the pride a child exhibits when creating their own “masterpiece”. Touching clay is very centering, calming and therapeutic. Working with clay gives you permission to get your hands mucky! It touches our basic human spirit.

Opening Reception: sustainable collective

a collaboration of sustainable goods! this month you’ll see the feature wall covered in salvaged cedar, yew and dogwood shelves and wall coat hooks imagined by shop owner Ashley Kitchen and assembled locally by Justen Zacharias. Mixed in; local pottery from Pinto, upcycled leather bags from Ulantia, hand sewn Spring scarves from Viva Eco and a few green stems from Les Fleur Di Fi

Weekend Workshop: Making a Ceramic Mural

Saturday & Sunday, Feb 1 & 2, 10am – 3pm. Make your own clay wall mural. Once you have rolled out a slab you can create an image which you will build up with coils or slabs to form a bas relief sculpture that you can hang on the wall.

Two days, $150 + Materials (about $15-$25)

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