Clay All Day Camp

Explore the art of ceramics with hands on experience through multiple building techniques. Making both functional and sculptural objects, styles will include coil, slab, solid, and pinch methods. Students will also get the opportunity to throw on the potter’s wheel to make functional pottery. Surface techniques and traditional glaze processes will be used for finishing, with exciting and unique works of art made daily.

*Please bring a lunch each day

Class Size: 10 max

Instructor: Bronwen Nettles
Bronwen Nettles received a BA from Fairhaven College at Western Washington University after 2 years undergraduate studies at Bryn Mawr Women’s College. She was a Licensed Massage Therapist for 15 years in Washington and Oregon. She has worked in early childhood education, as a para educator in Special Education for Great Falls Public Schools, as a reading instructor for The Institute of Reading Development, and has a decade of personal experience as an advocate for her son who is on the Spectrum. Recently she taught both kids summer art camps at PGMSOA and is support staff for art classes for kids and adults with disabilities. She has over 2 decades of experience in performance and dance and has over 50 bylines as a freelance writer. She enjoys drawing, painting, and photography. She most recently has dabbled in sculpting at PGMSOA, taking Sarah Justice’s Figurative Sculpture Workshop this fall. Cooking is her art hobby at home. She loves her new city of Great Falls after moving from Portland OR in 2019, and is thrilled to learn and grow alongside her students.

Date

Jun 05 2023
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Time

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cost

$200

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Location

The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art
1400 1st Ave N, Great Falls, MT
Opening Hour
Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10am - 9pm Wednesday: 10am - 5pm Thursday: 10am - 5pm Friday: 10am - 5pm Saturday: 10am - 3pm
Website
https://www.the-square.org/
The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art

Organizer

The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art
Phone
406-727-8255
Email
info@the-square.org
Website
The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art
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