Home School Programming
We are excited to work with the Home Schooling Community to create a series of classes to augment your current Home School Curriculum. We provide the medium (warm glass and clay) and large studio space, along with tools and qualified instructors—to provide art education to your children.
The projects we offer can complement your current studies. For example, working with glass work involves geometry and chemistry while working with clay can include geometry, history, physics and chemistry. Nurturing a love of art enhances studies of other subjects and we think it is vital to grow a love of creativity in your children.
In our studio, we have provided a variety of 8 week programs and weekend warrior workshops for 10 years. At iCCGS, our instruction emphasizes a well rounded program to enrich students with knowledge about ceramics and warm glass. In our programs students learn about: kilns, glaze formulation, various equipment including the clay extruder, slab roller and pug mill.
Each workshop for the Home School Program, will be 1.5 hours long. Each class is $18.00 per student and includes the following: instruction and all of the materials for the project, including firing the project in our kilns. Projects will be available for pickup 3 weeks after the class. Class size is limited to 12 people and pre-registration is required.
Ages: 5+ this is an independently driven class, the student must be able to work on their own to complete a project, with instructor’s guidance.
2019 WINTER CLASSES
Using warm glass techniques--learn the basics of working with glass with help from our instructors. Included in this workshop is guided instruction and materials for the project. All projects will then be fired in our kilns and available for pickup within 3 weeks of the workshop.
Date: Date: Thur, March 14th (Rescheduled from February 14th)
Time: 12:30-2 pm
Clay Coil Bowls
Using hand building techniques--learn the basics of working with clay with help from our instructors. Included in this workshop is guided instruction and materials for the project. All projects will then be fired in our kilns and available for pickup within 3 weeks of the workshop.