JAN 27, 2019
Instructor: Kala Stein
In this one-day glaze workshop, Kala will demystify the mysteries of glaze and glazing. She will go in depth, explaining the hows and whys of glazing, underglazes, application techniques, and firing for both pottery and sculpture. The workshop will include lecture, demonstrations and hands-on exercises. Students will be encouraged to explore new glaze options and techniques to achieve their desired surface effects.
Students should bring bisqued test tiles or test pieces to glaze in class (any type of clay) & image samples of desired effects. 100% of the class proceeds benefit the Ceramics studio.
To register for this class please call (707) 938-4626 x1
Kala Stein is an artist and designer noted for innovative mold making and casting techniques. Her work explores dynamic systems and practices within the intersection of design, production, and craft.
Kala received her MFA in Ceramics from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and a BFA in Ceramics from SUNY New Paltz. Along with her collaborative, she received a National Endowment for the Arts Grant to explore architectural terracotta and digital fabrication at the Maryland Institute of Art in 2017.
She exhibits her work widely and works with private clients on custom designs for the home and hospitality industry. Kala has taught colleges and art centers across the country including Anderson Ranch Center for the Arts, Diablo Valley College, and Alfred University. She is the of Director of Ceramics at Sonoma Community Center, California, and oversees the public studio and artist in residence program.