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550 Gallery & Studios

Winter 2022 Youth Ceramics Classes (Fri 3:30-5:30)

These classes make an awesome gift for the holidays! Offered Wednesday's and Fridays in two different time slots for optimum flexibility.

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Winter 2022 Youth Ceramics Classes (Fri 3:30-5:30)
Winter 2022 Youth Ceramics Classes (Fri 3:30-5:30)

Time & Location

Jan 14, 2022, 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

550 Gallery & Studios, 550 Main St S, Bethlehem, CT 06751, USA

About the Event

Class fees: $240 per student for 6 weeks

Additional fees: $30 for clay and firing. Includes a 25lb. bag of clay, firing and glazes. Clay tools can be purchased as a 12-piece tool set for $12 at the studio or bring your own set.

Join us for a fun and creative 6-week course in ceramics where students will learn a variety of clay building techniques including both hand building as well as wheel-thrown pieces. Pieces will then be glazed and fired. Afternoon classes are available for homeschool students as well as after school sessions for those attending school. All levels of skill are welcome and projects will be customized to adapt to the interests of each student. These courses are open to students ages 8-16. (Flexible on age range)

About the Instructor: Certified Teaching Artist and Art Educator, Kaitlin Clark 

Kaitlin has been teaching ceramics as well as other various media for nearly 20 years. As a certified professional art educator with a teaching background in both public and private schools, she now collaborates with local art studios and non-profits in the area through her business, Integrative Healing Arts, LLC. Her love of the arts began as a child and she turned that passion into a career after attending the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Following her other passion of health and wellness, she also received a masters degree in Integrative Health. Fusing the arts and wellness, Kaitlin enjoys sharing the calming effects of working in clay while also developing technical skills through process and exploration. Art often imitates life and through the creative process we can be reminded to be patient, open minded, observant and resilient. She loves to see her students follow their own unique artistic endeavors and share in the joy of creating together. When she is not teaching or creating her own artworks, she can be found outdoors hiking, farming in the flower fields and enjoying time with her family, friends and animals.

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  • Youth Ceramics Fri 3:30-5:30

    Class fees: $240 per student Additional fees: $30 for clay and firing. Includes a 25lb. bag of clay, firing and glazes. Clay tools can be purchased as a 12-piece tool set for $12 at the studio or bring your own set.

    $240.00
    Tax: +$15.24 Sales Tax

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