Join instructor and educator Luke Vickery for a two-hour, seasonally appropriate ceramic building activity! In this ceramics class, Vickery will teach students to make their own decorative ceramic pumpkin. Luke Vickery is a long-time resident of Huntington County and graduated from Huntington North High School in 1992. He attended Ball State University where he majored in Photojournalism. Vickery has worked as a photographer for newspapers in Indiana, Ohio, and Montana, and has received accolades for his photography and page design. In 2018, Vickery began studying ceramics at JH Pottery Works and won 'Best in Show' for ceramics as a non-professional [...]
One Day Clay Class Tuesdays 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM 9-week no-pressure workshop sessions $10.00 per class per person - all materials included Two # of studio Clay provided each class ($2.00/# after) 10 to 15 people per class, five people Minimum Adult Classes – 18 years and older Are you considering taking a ceramic clay class but don’t want to commit to an extended period of weekly classes and open studio time? One Day Clay could be for you. During ODC class, expect to complete one piece of artwork each Tuesday. Or not! Sometimes people just want [...]
Robin McBride Scott is an award-winning artist and educator who works in traditional and contemporary Eastern Woodland and Southeastern Woodland Native American art forms. She has been an Artist-in-Residence for the Eiteljorg Museum of the American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis. She was recently selected to develop a project through the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
Holly Dowidat of Dowidat Ceramics invites you to HAEC for an intimate, hands-on clay experience! As visiting artist Dowidat will take you on a six-week beginner’s wheel-throwing class. Focusing on the fundamentals of throwing, you will learn the step-by-step procedures of creating functional wares like bowls, mugs, and other pieces.