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Hand-building Clay Classes begin March 29

MORRISVILLE – A hand-building clay class will be held on Wednesday, March 29, at 6 p.m. through Wednesday, May 10, at River Arts.
$170, 60+ Reduced Tuition Available | Financial Assistance Available.

This six-week series will cover the basics of hand-building, exploring textures, glazing, underglazing techniques and much more. Hand-building offers a unique opportunity for creative expression and is a class for first-time or experienced clay workers. This series explores slab building: hand-building useful things like mugs, pitchers, vases and storage containers all using the slab technique.

Chiara No will teach the series, and she has been an exhibiting artist for over 10 years. She has shown with EXILE, Berlin, Germany; Bible and Field Projects, in New York City, Vox Populi in Philadelphia, Pa.; H18 Gallery in Brussels, Belgium; The Institute for American Art, Portland, Me.; Johalla Projects, Chicago, Ill. TranzModern and Current Space, Baltimore, Md. Her work is in the collection of the Whitney’s Special Collection and The Chicago Institute of Art’s Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Library. No studied art and theory at the Glasgow School of Art, American University in Rome, Towson University, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received her MFA at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in 2015. She has been on faculty at SAIC and an instructor at University of Pennsylvania and has advised LowRes MFA students at Maine College of Art in Portland, Me. No lives and has her studio in Johnson.

River Arts is located at 74 Pleasant Street. For more information, call (802) 888-1261, or email [email protected].

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