View announces thrown wheel pottery workshop
OLD FORGE — Starting Monday, Jan. 15, View Arts Center will hold its first class in a series of six weekly classes introducing wheel thrown pottery with Marie Imundo.
This class is billed as perfect for individuals who have never taken a pottery class before or for those that want to take their skills to the next level. Beginners will work on building fundamental skills. More experienced students will continue to build on those skills. Different types of clay and properties will be explained and there will be a review of equipment, tools, and basic studio etiquette.
Instruction will also include a hand-built project. All works created will be glazed and fired. Space is limited to 10 students.
Cost for the six-class package is $185 and $160 for members, and includes eighteen pottery tickets for materials cost and studio fee.
Registration is required by Jan. 13. To register for the class go to www.viewarts.org or call 315-369-6411.
View is located at 3273 State Route 28.
‘Pushed Aside: Reclaiming Gage’ opera premiere Sunday
Library hosts poetry workshops Saturday
Pushing the Limits Book Club among Oneida library events
Exhibit and Artist Talk Saturday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18‘Pushed Aside: Reclaiming Gage’ opera premiere Sunday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Library hosts poetry workshops Saturday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Pushing the Limits Book Club among Oneida library events
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Exhibit and Artist Talk Saturday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Preschool Story Hour in Remsen
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Talk on Puccini’s ‘Tosca’ Jan. 25
- 10:30am 01/17/18Dolly Parton talk canceled
- 4:00pm 01/10/18Winter focus of library exhibit
- 4:00pm 01/10/18Dolly Parton focus of talk Wednesday
- 4:00pm 01/10/18View announces thrown wheel pottery workshop