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Clay A Summer Session 6

Clay Summer Session 6
July 31 – August 12, 2022
Cynthia Bringle
Form and Function

Learn ways to make wheelthrown pots with integrity that speak to your own sensibility. We will address the challenge of making strong forms with high functionality. We’ll work with stoneware clay. This workshop is about exploring forms rather than making work for the next craft fair. Intermediate level: basic wheelthrowing skills required. Upper clay studio.


NOTE: There are 14 spaces available in this workshop. Registration will begin at Noon ET on Monday, May 23.

All scholarships have been awarded for summer and are not available for this workshop. Transfers are not available for this workshop.


Studio potter and workshop teacher; teaching: Arrowmont (TN), Anderson Ranch (CO), Campbell Folk School (NC), Penland; fellow and trustee emeritus of the American Craft Council, North Carolina Award for Fine Arts, honorary doctorate from Memphis College of Art; collections: Mint Museum (NC), High Museum (GA), Gregg Museum (NC), Fuller Craft Museum (MA), Asheville Museum of Art (NC).

Cynthia Bringle, Pitcher, stoneware