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CERAMICS

$20 Tuesday - Open Studio

Tuesdays 5-8 pm
Ongoing with the exception of Dec.18, 2020 – Jan. 4, 2021

Make your clay ideas come to life! Arrive later, leave earlier or enjoy the entire session but you must attend the session for which you registered. Newbies and experienced potters are welcome. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. This class is less structured; you decide what you would like to make. You can experience the wheel, or hand build a creation on the table. No experience is necessary.

Fee: $20 per session (wheel throwing or hand building only, clear glaze and *firing done for you)

Supplies
: A maximum of 5 pounds of clay and clear glaze included for each session. Extra clay can be purchased as needed from instructor.

The instructor will use clear glaze only. If you want to glaze it yourself with colored glaze, make it known to the instructor and determine when the piece will be ready for you to glaze. You may reserve a spot on another Tuesday, and pay $10 to glaze it yourself with colored glaze of your choice.

**Membership discount not applicable

Open Studio
(For Experienced Potters Only)

Tuesdays – Fridays 10:30 am-3:30 pm Some weekend and evening hours may be added later.

Hours subject to change, if the studio is needed for a single day special event.

Ongoing with the exception of Dec.18, 2020 – Jan. 4, 2021

Arts Center staff present, no instructor. Must check-in and out in the administrative suite, upstairs.

This is an open studio time for experienced potters who do not require instruction but want access to a clay studio and firing in our kilns. It is completely self-guided. It is open to potters ages 18 and up. No instruction is included.

Fee: $50 per month

Supplies Needed: Clay (purchase on your own or from the Arts Center)

Supplies Included: Glaze & firing (all firing done by designated Arts Center clay studio instructor ONLY)

**Membership discount not applicable

Sip n' Spin

Fridays, 6-9 pm
Ongoing with the exception of Dec.18, 2020 – Jan. 4, 2021
By appointment. Call to book your own party.

Grab a group together for a wheel throwing class! Sip on your favorite wine while you and your friends spin some fun pots, cups, or whatever! No skill level needed. Bring a positive attitude and relax as you get messy working on the potter’s wheel. *You must be 21 and over to participate in this class if alcohol will be consumed. Bring your favorite beverage!

Clear glaze and firing done for you. The instructor will use clear glaze only. If you want to glaze it yourself with colored glaze, make it known to the instructor and determine when the piece will be ready for you. You may reserve a spot during a $20 Tuesday and pay $10 to glaze yourself with colored glaze of your choice.

Fee: $25 per person (includes all supplies; beverages not included)

*Private parties may also be booked for individuals under 21 in which only non-alcoholic beverages can be consumed.
**Membership discount not applicable

Small Group Classes

By appointment ONLY.

Get your staff, family, or friends together for a private, small group class!  No skill level needed. Bring a positive attitude and relax as you get messy!  The instructor will guide your group in a one and a half hour class in ceramics, painting, or mixed media. You choose the date and type of activity. Fill out the request form and an Arts Center staff member will coordinate the date with you.

Fee: $30 per person (includes all supplies)
**Membership discount not applicable

MIXED MEDIA

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DRAWING & PAINTING

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110 Federal Street
Anderson, SC 29625
864.222.2787
info@andersonarts.org

   

SUPPORT

At the Anderson Arts Center, we offer vital arts resources for all in Anderson County. Help us keep the arts accessible to our community and beyond!

Funding assistance provided by the Anderson County and City Accommodations Tax Fund and by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.