WEDNESDAY 6:30 – 9:00 PM I July 13 – September 14, 2022 (10 WKS)
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED with Beth Lindenberger – This class starts with hand-building projects (coil, slab and pinch) for the less experienced and is designed for students to learn techniques while making fun and functional objects. More experienced students may work on the wheel, developing their clay working skills, and are encouraged to bring their own ideas to incorporate into class projects while working under the direction of the instructor, learning forming, glazing, decorating and firing processes. A mixed class, it creates a great environment for learning from a group working with a variety of skills from beginning to advanced, covering various techniques each session. Projects are appropriate for students at multiple levels and change each session. Student preparation and motivation is highly encouraged! *Glazing and firing fee included in tuition. Students MUST purchase clay from CVAC on the first day, and throughout the 10 weeks as needed. Clay is $18.00 per 25lbs. M $165 NM $190
* Pottery classes are for Adults and Mature Young People 17+. Students must follow directions and work independently, coming in prepared for the assigned projects.
This class is education-based, and the priority is firing and completing work made in class. Work made outside of class cannot be accommodated due to the additional studio and material expenses not covered in class fees.
Missed classes cannot be made up.
Beth Lindenberger has worked as an artist for over 30 years, making and exhibiting primarily sculptural ceramic forms. Beth holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ceramics degree from the University of Akron. In addition to her studio work and teaching Pottery at CVAC (since 1986), Beth has taught Ceramics and 3-Dimensional Design at the University of Akron, and has held adjunct faculty positions at Kent State University (Stark), and Cuyahoga Community College. She has served as the Artist in Residence at several schools. Beth’s piece “Seedscape: Black and White” was featured in Ohio Craft Museum’s “Best of 2017” exhibition and was featured in a recent edition of Ceramics Monthly magazine. A larger scale public work can be seen at the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center in Peninsula.