Making Better Pots with Julia Mann
This intermediate-advanced class is designed for potters who desire to create and improve their current skills, refine their abilities to the point of making excellent forms.
Julia will help you expand your skill set by challenging you to push your own boundaries. In this session you can expect to explore all things vessels (this means, vases, pitchers, sugar/creamer sets, any vessel form). Much of this class is dedicated to teaching students how to move weight out from the bottom and create well balanced work. You will walk away with better pots!
Cone 10 firings.
Reviews from former students:
Julia Mann’s class is a must-take for any intermediate potter! The class has a realistic pace and provides studio time between sessions to complete each type of piece. Julia’s demos are clear and she adapts them to the design ideas of each student. Hard parts? Julia will walk you through them. If you get stuck while throwing (making the same mistake over and over), Julia can watch your technique, identify exactly what you are doing wrong, and tell you what you need to change. She is patient and encouraging, and wants every student to succeed. At the end of the class, all pieces are fired to Cone 10, which can add beautiful reduction effects to the glazes. Don’t miss the opportunity to take this class (or any other) from Julia Mann! – Barbara Hebert
- Cancellation up to 30 days prior to the start of class, students receive a full refund (minus a $50 administrative fee).
- Cancellation within 29-0 days of the start of class, students receive no refund.