March Continuing Wheel: Dinnerware with Sally Anne Stahl - DTLA (Mateo St Location)
- Class Outline
This focused Continuing Wheel course will cover the topic of making matching dinnerware sets. Perfect for potters who want to improve their throwing skills while making functional pottery for the dining room. This is a four week course taught by Sally Anne Stahl.
This class is designed to improve your wheel throwing skills while helping you become proficient in making multiples of the same form and designing pottery for the dinner table with form and function in mind.
It is recommended that you are already comfortable working on the potter’s wheel and can make basic pottery forms. To get the most out of this class, we recommend you feel comfortable with all of the steps and processes you learned in Beginning Wheel, and can somewhat reliably wedge, center, and throw 2.5-3 lbs of clay. Typically, students take Beginning Wheel twice before taking Continuing Wheel.
SLS's recycled studio clay and firing for up to 15 pieces are included in the course fee. Additional clay is available for purchase as well. We ask that you bring your own tools and bats (12" bats are recommended).
Still Life Studio members receive a 50% discount on this class; use your member discount code at checkout.
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Cancellations made 4 or more days before the start of the class will be refunded. For cancellations made fewer than 4 full days, but more than 24 hours before the start time, a 50% refund or 50% credit toward another class or workshop will be issued. We cannot provide refunds or credits for cancellations or rescheduling requests made fewer than 24 hours before the start time of class, if you miss your class, or arrive too late to participate.
Our classes are for adults. If you have a child under 18 interested in taking a class, please contact us before enrolling.