NORRIS—Light up your home with personal expression by creating a tea light holder in this introductory one-day pottery workshop from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug.6.
Students will learn hand-building techniques, use surface designs and textures then finish with colorful under glazes or stains. Bring an item to impress into the clay for added personal meaning, such as a family key, stamp or pendant.
Students will be able to make two to three tea light holders. After the work has been glazed and fired by the instructor, students will be contacted by e-mail for pick up. Instructor Shelley Mangold holds a bachelor’s degree in art and an M.S. in curriculum and instruction. She has been an elementary art teacher in Anderson and Knox counties for the past seven years. Besides clay, she works in inks/collage (mixed media) and has been in several group art shows.
Registration deadline is Wednesday, July 31. Register and pay by Thursday, July 25 and the cost is $20 for Craft Center members; $30 for nonmembers.
After July 25 cost: $30/$40. A studio fee of $10 is payable to the instructor the day of class.