Open to 16 years – adult
Dates: Saturday, February 24 & March 3, 2018
Time: 10am-2:00pm Bring lunch or a snack.
Location: Healdsburg High School Ceramics Studio
Fee: $100 (includes all materials)
Instructor: Linus Lancaster
This workshop will introduce participants to throwing on the electric wheel with a variety of clays ranging from fine porcelain to local Healdsburg clay. It will explore both traditional and experimental techniques, as well as having conversations about some of the ecological and theoretical underpinnings of claywork. We will also discuss a few hand building techniques that can be combined with throwing on the wheel. Participants will be assisted with throwing a few successful pieces which will be fired and will be glazed during the 2nd workshop on March 3rd.
We are excited to partner with Healdsburg High School! The registration proceeds will be split to benefit both the HHS Art Department and Healdsburg Center for the Arts.
Class space is limited to 12 students.
REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE
About Linus Lancaster
Linus Lancaster has worked as a professional artist for over 20 years and has taught fine art at Healdsburg High School since 2002. He trained in drawing at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco and has an MA in conceptual sculpture and philosophy from Sonoma State, and a PhD. in art practice and soil studies from Plymouth University (UK). His teaching and practice is focused on multidisciplinary approaches to art production with an emphasis on site specific projects and locally sourced materials. He has exhibited both in formal venues and guerrilla installations in the US, Europe, and Asia.