Private 30 minute ceramic lesson with Anne Schultz. Teacher will contact student to set up time. clay should be purchased separately.
Appropriate Covid-19 protocols will be followed for this class. Students or parents will need to sign a waiver to attend.
Adult and teens, put on your creative hat and come play in the clay with Debra Gregory as your guide. Using pinch methods, coiling, slab rolling and various methods for decorating, you will create functional and decorative pottery. Introduction to the wheel is available. All experience levels welcome. All pottery created in this class is food safe. Limit 5 students
Clay may be purchased through the Arts Center for $25 per bag in the online store under the donation button on the homepage at
Appropriate Covid-19 protocols will be followed for this class. Students or parents will need to sign a waiver to attend. See below for a copy of the Protocols and the Waiver
Clay Studio Protocols Rvsd.pdf
Waiver of Liability for Participation in Classes new.pdf
Pottery: Handmade with Anne Schultz
Get your hands in the clay! Enjoy learning foundational and contemporary methods of making, finishing and glazing handmade pottery to create your own useful and decorative pottery. Pots are kiln fired at the end of the session. For beginners and experienced students. Limit 4 students Class sizes are limited to maintain social distancing. Masks are required
Tuesday Kid’s After School Clay - Grades 4-8
Kids put on your creative hat and come play in the clay with Debra Gregory as your guide. Using pinch methods, coiling, slab rolling and various methods for decorating, you will get a great introduction to the clay and create some fun projects. All experience levels welcome. Materials provided for this class. 6 weeks Limit 5 students
Pottery: Wheel-Throwing with Anne Schultz
Throw it! Have fun learning to make and finish pottery on the potter’s wheel. Classes cover centering clay, forming, trimming and glazing pots, to create your own useful and decorative items. Experienced students will work on advancing their skills and creating a personal style. All skill levels are welcome! Class sizes are limited to maintain social distancing. Masks are required. Limit 4 students
Project: Photo with Richard Kiraly
This series is for Ages 10 through Adult.
Project: Photo is changing... we will be moving to an in-person, albeit socially-distanced-and-masked, class model. This will be a hands-on series where we collaborate ideas on photo shoots and implement them together; but will also include some solo projects (homework), where you can be creative on your own! Of course, this will give us a better opportunity to provide one-on-one equipment guidance, techniques, and tips and tricks! Some of our sessions will be outdoors, weather permitting, and some will be indoors - and some will be off-campus, at locations within our community that we all agree on and choose. And we may still do a few virtual lessons, especially when reviewing your work and providing constructive criticism.
Each session is designed to be modular so that students can take on a single project, or a series of projects. Pricing is available per-class or per-four week session.
All equipment is allowed. There are no special supplies or equipment required other than access to a portable camera such as a cell phone, laptop, instant, film, digital, or video camera. This series is for ages 10 and up.
Richard Kiraly is a photographer who's primary goal is to celebrate and document the Arts in all of its forms. A South Carolina resident since 2001, he has worked with Town Theatre, Trustus Theatre, and The Arts Center of Kershaw County to spotlight theatrical art and artists from all over the state and beyond. His technical background in photography includes professional work with FujiFilms, Olympus Cameras, and Hewlett Packard's Digital Publishing Solutions division, as well as photo-journalism and studio work.
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