Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 6pm
AB Dow Classes
Repetitive throwing is a technique to help students improve their skills on the potter’s wheel. Not to be
confused with production pottery, this an excellent way to increase the students output of pots while
improving the quality of pieces as well. We will be making bowls, bottles, and any other pieces the student
desires. Simply put, the student will be spending more time on each of these individual forms, so they can
develop proper technique for each of them. Students due need to have fundamental throwing ability before
taking this class.
The studio will be available for working independently outside of class time. Material fee: Clay can be
purchased from the instructor for $ 35, porcelain $ 45. Work will be fired in the new reduction Bailey gas kiln.
Date(s):  January 23 - April 17, 2013
Day(s) of week:  Wednesdays
Time:  6 pm - 9 pm
Instructor:  Tim Ricketts
Location:  Studio 4
Class Type:  Visual Art
Course Code:  16454
Class Cost:  $185 | $160 ABDM Member
Member Registration Begins:  November 16, 2012
Please Note that members must register via Ticket Office to receive their member discount. Register by December 21st to save $10 on this class!
Please note that registration after January 17th will be subject to an additional $10 per class fee.
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