Sat, Dec 05, 3:00pm - Dec 06, 5:00pm Pacific Time (2 sessions)
Ceramic objects have been used ritually for thousands of years. In this two-day class, we’ll learn about historical and personal rituals, and we’ll create vessels and sculptures to incorporate into our own ceremonies. Examples of ritual objects could include candelabra, incense trays, figurative or abstract sculptures, worry dolls, offering bowls, pouring vessels, etc. Techniques for working with clay will be offered, but if you wish to use other materials for your object, you’re welcome to do so!
This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.
Upon registration, the instructor will send along additional information about how to log-on and participate in the class.
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