$195 member (includes a $25 materials fee)
$210 non-members (includes a $25 materials fee)
*See below for specific dates and times
Instructor: Sunny Monaco
This workshop is designed to inspire students to explore different techniques to design and create a project they have been wanting to exploit! Whether it is building a large sculpture, making a piece of art you have always admired, making a tea set, pasta platters or a birdhouse. Sunny will guide students and suggest different techniques of building, carving, decorating with slips(underglazes) as well as exploring layering the glazes.
NOTE: CERAMICS IS LOCATED IN THE BASEMENT OF OUR OLD BUILDING, THE MILLER HOUSE, which is next door to Buchanan Rec Center.
About the Instructor
Sunny Monaco received her BFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder, which included an exchange program in Ceramics at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and a MA from University of Colorado at Denver. Currently she is a studio artist in Boulder, Colorado and a part-time Art teacher. Sunny’s work has been shown at the BMOCA gallery in Boulder, Roshanda Art gallery in Niwot, Anna Leonowens Gallery in Halifax, NS Nova Scotia Museum of Fine Art in Halifax, NS, Sibelle Wolle Art Gallery at the University of Colorado, and Abanakee Art Studios in Indian Lake, NY. She is currently a member of the Foothills Art Center in Golden, CO and the Evergreen Center for the Arts. Her collaborative artwork, Stella Riga Designs, can be found in shops and galleries in Denver, Evergreen, Boulder, Buena Vista, Winter Park, Golden, Tabernash, Fraser, Glen Haven, Fort Collins, Aspen and Indian Lake, NY.
Days of Week and Time
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
May 7th and 8th 1pm to 4pm Discussion on projects students would like to design and accomplish
May 14th and 15th 1pm to 4pm Make more pieces and finish (decoration, and or handle assembly)
TBA load and fire bisque kiln depending on dryness of pieces
May 28th and 29th 1pm to 4pm Unload bisque kiln, and glaze work
May 30th 1 to 4pm Studio clean up, unload kiln and potluck critique
Apron to keep clean
Any clay tools you would like to stamp/carve into the clay