Ceramics for All with Adam Bogosian and Corey Upton-Consulich begins next week!Tues Sept. 16 – Nov 18 5:30 – 7:30 (10 weeks)
$375 plus $20 materials for adults and those 17 and up
Description: In this All Levels class, students will be given a chance to further explore with clay. The class will be centered on advancing skills as well learning new techniques. Over the eight week course, students will participate in demos and discussion that focus on the student goals. This is the ideal class for those who want to expand their knowledge and experience. 9 hours of open studio time is included in the price.
Registration/Payment -Four ways to register & pay.
1. Call the office at 207 338-2222, register/pay with a credit card.
2. Print and fill in the registration form, mail along with check or credit card payment.
3. Stop by to register and pay. Office is at Waterfall Arts 256 High Street in Belfast Tue-Fri 10 to 5.
4. email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bio: Adam Bogosian is a Ceramic Artist currently residing in Belfast, Maine. Adam studied Ceramics at Maine College of Art. Adam’s current work consists of Functional Pottery that takes its place in one’s daily routines and brings beauty to such daily use. Adam has worked in Potteries from Vermont to Arkansas. His work is mostly wheel thrown, and his aesthetic explores traditional American styles as well as eastern schools of thought. Adam’s experience includes prolonged wood fired work as well raku processes. Adam thrives on sharing his love of clay with others, with energy and enthusiasm
Cory Upton-Consulich received her BA in Ceramics from the University of Colorado. She current resides in Belfast, Maine. Since graduating she has worked as a teacher and studio technician as well as continued studies in raku, handbuilding, large scale throwing and glazing techniques. She has worked as an artist apprentice for Leslie Freeman Designs in Tisbury, MA and recently helped to build salt & soda gas fired kiln in Concord, MA.