Emphasis will be placed on a variety of throwing and altering techniques for making unique pottery forms as well as surface decoration and glazing techniques. Students will progress their pottery making skills and will have flexibility for individual expressive goals. This course is open to all students; please let us know if you are a beginner when you are registering. Please bring a large towel.
Please note that clay must be purchased at Perkins Center for this class. Clay is $25 per 25lb bag and may be purchased during class. If you own a toolkit you are encouraged to bring it to class, otherwise, pottery toolkits are available for purchase at both Perkins locations. Toolkits are $14 (Basic) and $20 (Deluxe) payments by credit card only.
About the Artist:
JENNIFER WANKOFF began working in ceramics while living in Israel after college and has been immersed in the field ever since. Her current work is wheel-thrown that is altered and often wood-fired. Wankoff teaches adults and children in a variety of schools.
Perkins Center Guidelines and Policies.
Masking is optional while onsite at our facilities. Review our guidelines and policies for more information on COVID-19 and General Health Policies and Procedures.