Pottery Wheel 1 (JAN-FEB)

$245.00

Sundays, Jan 8 – Feb 12, 4:00 to 6:00

Mondays, Jan 2 – Feb 6, 6:30 – 8:30

Ages 18 & Up

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  • Masks are not required in the building.
  • Class requires a minimum of 4 registered participants to run.
  • A 3% Transaction Fee applies when using cards.
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Description

Pottery Wheel 1

Are you ready to get your hands dirty? Join our wheel class for beginners that will teach you all the basics of making your own cups and bowls! Instructors teach through demonstrations to show you correct throwing posture, centering, and pulling up cylinders. This class is designed for students with no prior experience and focuses on teaching students the fundamentals of throwing. If you are ready to fall in love with pottery, this is the class you are looking for!

Instructors:

Teaching Artist Allyssa Dezaldivar

Allyssa DeZaldivar

Allyssa DeZaldivar is a Fayetteville transplant, born and raised in Redlands, California. While she was previously an outdoor science major, Allyssa blended her interests of nature and art and is now currently studying fine art with an emphasis in sculpture. When she is not in class or at the Community Creative Center, she is usually painting in her makeshift studio or out with friends and family.

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Jenny Dowd

As a kid in Kansas, Jenny credits an insatiable appetite for all things art to creative, inventive parents, constant reading and “epic road trips” with the fam. After earning her BFA in Ceramics from Kansas State (where she met her husband, Sam by exchanging phone numbers carved into pieces of clay) and an MFA from the University of Missouri-Columbia, Jenny has taught and shown art all over the U.S. and produces pieces for several shops in Jackson Hole, WY.

A recent transplant to NWA, Jenny and Sam now live in Prairie Grove where they operate Dowd House Studios as full-time artists. Fascinated by the relationship between collector and object, Jenny primarily works in clay to produce functional, quirky, interactive pieces that jive with place and person. She also has worked extensively with the Art Association of Jackson Hole teaching ceramics, drawing, printmaking and artist professional development. Jenny is also the exclusive potter for the White Buffalo Club in Jackson Hole and a private chef in Denver, making custom service ware and plates.

Notes:

  • Masks are not required in the building.
  • Class requires a minimum of 4 registered participants to run.
  • A 3% Transaction Fee applies when using cards.

Additional information

Dates & Times

Sundays, Jan 8 – Feb 12, 4:00pm-6:00pm, with Allyssa DeZaldivar, Mondays, Jan 2 – Feb 6, 6:30pm-8:30pm, with Jenny Dowd

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