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Folk School: Ceramic Wall Flowers for Spring

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Dates: Monday, May 2nd + Tuesday, May 3rd + Tuesday, May 10th, 2022 Time: 1-4 p.m. Location: Jutila Center Ceramic Studio (1st floor) Instructor: Lindsey Heiden finlandia.edu/folkschool In this class, students will learn how to make a set of three decorative wall tiles, out of clay. By using hand-building techniques such as slab building, pinching, coils, slip and scoring, the tile will slowly blossom into a bouquet of flowers for the wall. Your instructor will demonstrate how to use studio equipment, such as the slab roller and tools. The first two class sessions will be focused on constructing the wall...
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Folk School: Dye + Block Print Fabric for an Apron or Wrap Skirt

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Date: Wednesdays, May 4 and May 11 Time: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Location: Lily I. Jutila Center Room 105 Instructor: Phyllis Fredendall finlandia.edu/folkschool Students will dye two yards of cotton fabric, design and cut a simple block for textile printing, and the following week block-print their dyed fabric which could be used to make an apron or wrap skirt (see upcoming Apron Sewing Workshop). Students should bring rubber gloves and be comfortable using sharp tools. Suitable for beginners ages 15 and up. Registration closes on April 29th or when sold out. Fee: $60 + Materials fee: $15 payable to the...
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Folk School: Beginning/Intermediate Wheel Throwing

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

8 sessions – Tuesdays + Thursdays, June 7-30, 6-8pm EDT Instructor: Kenyon Hansen Jutila Center Ceramic Studio Fee: $200, includes materials Have you ever wanted to learn how to spin clay on a pottery wheel? This class is designed for intro level students to learn the basics of wheel throwing & glazing. In the first 6 classes students will learn how to wedge, center, form, and trim a range of functional pottery shapes. Including cups, mugs, bowls, plates, and vases. Class 7 will cover glazing, & class 8 we will unload the kiln and discuss the results! Throwing clay on...
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Folk School: Beginning/Intermediate Wheel Throwing

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

8 sessions – Tuesdays + Thursdays, June 7-30, 6-8pm EDT Instructor: Kenyon Hansen Jutila Center Ceramic Studio Fee: $200, includes materials Have you ever wanted to learn how to spin clay on a pottery wheel? This class is designed for intro level students to learn the basics of wheel throwing & glazing. In the first 6 classes students will learn how to wedge, center, form, and trim a range of functional pottery shapes. Including cups, mugs, bowls, plates, and vases. Class 7 will cover glazing, & class 8 we will unload the kiln and discuss the results! Throwing clay on...
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Folk School: Sock Knitting

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Saturdays, June 11 + 18, 10am-12pm EDT Instructor: Clare Zuraw Jutila Center Fiber Studio Room 105 Fee: $50 Learn to knit socks! In two sessions we’ll cover sock knitting from the cuff down, focusing on tricks for knitting with double-pointed needles, creating and turning the heel, and finishing the toe. Students should have some knitting experience and be comfortable with knit and purl stitches. Open to ages 12 and up. Fee: $50. Registration closes June 3rd or when sold out. Students may choose to borrow needles and use yarn from the studio or bring their own. Please contact the instructor by...
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Folk School: Beginning/Intermediate Wheel Throwing

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

8 sessions – Tuesdays + Thursdays, June 7-30, 6-8pm EDT Instructor: Kenyon Hansen Jutila Center Ceramic Studio Fee: $200, includes materials Have you ever wanted to learn how to spin clay on a pottery wheel? This class is designed for intro level students to learn the basics of wheel throwing & glazing. In the first 6 classes students will learn how to wedge, center, form, and trim a range of functional pottery shapes. Including cups, mugs, bowls, plates, and vases. Class 7 will cover glazing, & class 8 we will unload the kiln and discuss the results! Throwing clay on...
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Folk School: Beginning/Intermediate Wheel Throwing

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

8 sessions – Tuesdays + Thursdays, June 7-30, 6-8pm EDT Instructor: Kenyon Hansen Jutila Center Ceramic Studio Fee: $200, includes materials Have you ever wanted to learn how to spin clay on a pottery wheel? This class is designed for intro level students to learn the basics of wheel throwing & glazing. In the first 6 classes students will learn how to wedge, center, form, and trim a range of functional pottery shapes. Including cups, mugs, bowls, plates, and vases. Class 7 will cover glazing, & class 8 we will unload the kiln and discuss the results! Throwing clay on...
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Folk School: Sock Knitting

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Saturdays, June 11 + 18, 10am-12pm EDT Instructor: Clare Zuraw Jutila Center Fiber Studio Room 105 Fee: $50 Learn to knit socks! In two sessions we’ll cover sock knitting from the cuff down, focusing on tricks for knitting with double-pointed needles, creating and turning the heel, and finishing the toe. Students should have some knitting experience and be comfortable with knit and purl stitches. Open to ages 12 and up. Fee: $50. Registration closes June 3rd or when sold out. Students may choose to borrow needles and use yarn from the studio or bring their own. Please contact the instructor by...
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Folk School: Beginning/Intermediate Wheel Throwing

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

8 sessions – Tuesdays + Thursdays, June 7-30, 6-8pm EDT Instructor: Kenyon Hansen Jutila Center Ceramic Studio Fee: $200, includes materials Have you ever wanted to learn how to spin clay on a pottery wheel? This class is designed for intro level students to learn the basics of wheel throwing & glazing. In the first 6 classes students will learn how to wedge, center, form, and trim a range of functional pottery shapes. Including cups, mugs, bowls, plates, and vases. Class 7 will cover glazing, & class 8 we will unload the kiln and discuss the results! Throwing clay on...
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Recurring

Folk School: Beginning/Intermediate Wheel Throwing

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

8 sessions – Tuesdays + Thursdays, June 7-30, 6-8pm EDT Instructor: Kenyon Hansen Jutila Center Ceramic Studio Fee: $200, includes materials Have you ever wanted to learn how to spin clay on a pottery wheel? This class is designed for intro level students to learn the basics of wheel throwing & glazing. In the first 6 classes students will learn how to wedge, center, form, and trim a range of functional pottery shapes. Including cups, mugs, bowls, plates, and vases. Class 7 will cover glazing, & class 8 we will unload the kiln and discuss the results! Throwing clay on...
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