Clay Workshop

Clay workshop studentInstructor: Linda Huey
Workshop Fee: $20 per workshop
Supplies: included
Limit: 15 participants (All ages. Under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult.)
Two Workshops Offered. Take one, or both!

  • Monday, July 8 - Small Bowls with Interesting Rims 
    9:00am to 11:30am
  • Monday, July 8 - Flowerpots with Mozart Inspired Surface Designs
    2:00pm to 4:30pm

Location: Connors Family Pavilion (adjacent to Merrill Field)
Parking: behind Joyce and Walton Family Center

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Monday, July 8 - Small Bowls with Interesting Rims
9:00 am to 11:30 am

Join us and have fun making a small bowl using a simple support form, giving careful consideration to how the rim and foot are finished. Several options for rims and feet will be demonstrated, or, come with your own ideas in advance. Beginners or advanced welcome. You will have the option of having your pot “once fired” without glaze, to be picked up at the end of the week. All clay and tools will be provided.


Monday, July 8 - Flowerpots with Mozart Inspired Surface Designs
2:00pm to 4:30pm

A demonstration will show you how to make a basic cylinder, which then becomes a flowerpot by cutting a hole in the bottom (or not). The outside walls can be textured with decoration inspired by Mozart’s time period, musical notes, or your own written account of how Mozart makes you feel. Let your imagination decide! Beginners or advanced welcome. You will have the option of having your pot “once fired” without glaze, to be picked up at the end of the week. All clay and tools will be provided.


Photo of Linda HueyLinda Huey

Linda Huey makes pottery and sculpture inspired by nature. As a full time studio artist, she teaches workshops and maintains studios in Boston, MA and Alfred, NY. Each summer her pottery is on display in a sugar shed next to the garden on her property, open by chance or appointment, and included in an annual Alfred summer event called “From the Earth”.

Linda received a Masters Degree in Ceramic Art from Alfred University and is represented in Massachusetts by Clark Gallery. Her work has been published in numerous books and national magazines and is included in public and private collections, including the Erie Art Museum, where her sculptural installation “Dark Garden” was on display for the year of 2016.


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