Demystifying Glaze

Demystifying Glaze: Fall 2022
Instructor: 
Julia Haft-Candell

 

In this introductory course we will discuss the history of glaze, its color, function, and chemistry. We will look at surface vs form, and how these variables affect the way your work conveys information within the context of ceramic history as well as the broader contemporary art world. Throughout a weekend intensive you will learn how to mix your own low-fire and mid-range glazes, as well as basics of glaze chemistry and and firing electric kilns.

No prior ceramics experience is required, and all are encouraged to apply.

Classes will be held outdoors at the studio in Glassell Park, Los Angeles.  Enrollment is limited to 8 students.

The class will meet the weekend of October 15-16, 2022 // 10am-3pm

Now offering sliding scale tuition, and an option for installment payments.

Tuition covers materials, firings, and an informational zine with glaze recipes.

Sliding scale rates range from $650-950. If you can pay more, please do! Your generosity keeps the infinite school accessible to lower income students. In your application, please note which rate you are applying for.

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submissions reviewed until filled

 above platter by Betty Woodman, c.2000