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Monday Night Pottery - July and August

Starts Jul 11, Time: 6 - 8 PM

Monday Night Pottery - July and Augustview larger photo Cobscook Institute

Location: Cobscook Institute, 10 Commissary Point Rd, Trescott


Ages:  10+

6 Sessions: July 11, 25, and August 8, 15, 22, 29

Fee: $200* (including $50.00 clay and firing fee)
*Our Access Fund provides Sliding Scale Pricing to residents of Passamaquoddy Territory, Charlotte & Washington Counties.

Join us for a captivating series of pottery classes with instructor Michelle Cousineau. This class will focus on hand building, wheel demonstration and practice, and various glazing and decorating techniques. This course is for all skill levels from beginner to advanced and you will find everything you need in our fully equipped Pottery Studio to make your ceramic dreams come true.

About the Instructor:
Michelle is originally from Maine, has lived in various places around the state (including teaching in Lubec for a couple of years in the early 90s) and recently moved back to Maine after living in North Carolina for 20-some years. In North Carolina she taught adult education and studied pottery. She then worked professionally as a potter for many years, and also taught pottery classes out of her home studio. She’s been a gallery owner and sold her work in various art shows and galleries.

Now that Michelle is back in Maine and living near Cobscook Institute, she is excited to roll up her sleeves, get back in the pottery studio, and offer her skills as a pottery teacher!

Physical Requirements:
Ability to move around the room independently, ability to lift and carry 5 pounds.
Youth ages 11 - 12 and older are welcome, with guardian observation for first 2 classes. 
Youth ages 11-12 may use the wheel depending upon physical size, attention span, hand/eye/foot coordination and fine motor skills. This determination will be made by the instructor based on skills and safety considerations.
Youth ages 13-18 may attend without a parent/guardian, and most likely will be able to have some success on the electric wheel.

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