Adult Studios at Laurel School's Butler Campus: Raku to Chano-U: Making, Glazing, Firing, and Using Japanese Tea Ceremony Pottery

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4 Mondays, April 28–May 19, 2014, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
7420 Fairmount Road (between County Line and Caves Road, just east of the Chagrin River Valley)

Instructor: George Woideck

Join us to explore in-depth two fascinating and engaging parts of Japanese culture. We'll make traditional tea bowls from clay, mix and apply our own glazes to the work, rapid fire in a small fuel-burning outdoor kiln, and re-create the Japanese tea ceremony using our own pottery.

Classes at this lovely rural site are open to the public and are a collaboration of CMA, CWRU, and Laurel School. Call 216-368-2090 to register.