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Thrown and Altered with Bri Shimer | Mondays Sept. 12 – Nov. 7

Recurring Event see all

October 24 @ 10:00 am 1:00 pm

MONDAYS SEPTEMBER 12 – NOV 7

*NO CLASS ON OCT. 3rd*
10:00AM – 1:00PM

Instructor:  Bri Shimer

Location: RM 117

This 8 week course will provide you time on the wheel to challenge your skills and level up your technique when throwing!. This course is open to students who have thrown on the wheel before but are still learning. Bri will demonstrate a variety of techniques on how to use the Wheel as a tool. We will focus on creating surfaces through form and how to create dynamic thrown objects. This course will offer you time to develop an artistic voice when working on the pottery wheel! Join us to discuss ideas of contemporary functional work along with the support and guidance from the instructor for your projects. 

With your 8 week class registration, students receive the opportunity to purchase a studio pass for ½ off during the duration of their class. Sign up for a student membership here

Sonoma Ceramics is excited to roll out new sliding scale, accessible pricing for our classes. With this new payment option, materials for the course are now included in the price of the class. 

Sliding Scale: Course price includes a single 25 lb. bag of clay, and glazing and firing for said clay. Additional bags of clay can be purchased through the studio and/or office. 

Members receive 10% discount with membership codeM

Mixed / Intermediate Level
Adults (17 +) Adults

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FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE

$65 – $550 Sliding Scale Registration

Bri Shimer

Instructor and Studio Coordinator

Bri Shimer is Sonoma Ceramic’s Studio Coordinator and holds an MFA from University in North Texas in Ceramics. She focuses her work on creating utilitarian objects  with a balance of intuitive process and an emphasis on material exploration. She strives to blend expressions of the natural world and the human experience into functional ceramic wares. The evidence of the hand is a  component of her aesthetic, whether it is an active mark on the surface to create form or how the user interacts with the piece.

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