Chawan Tea Bowl Workshop with Jeremy Smith

Chawan Tea Bowl Workshop with Jeremy Smith

SATURDAYS, AUGUST 3 & 10, 1-4PM

Join local ceramic artist and art educator Jeremy Smith for a two-part ceramics workshop on Saturday, August 3 and 10, from 1-4pm. Over the course of two sessions, participants will  be hand-building a series of chawans (tea bowls). All materials are provided but students can bring stamps or other small objects for texturing the stencils – such as a leaf or pinecone to press into the walls of the chawan. Jeremy Smith, has two decades of experience working with people of all ages in the ceramic arts. 

The workshop will take place at Hallowell Clay Works located at 157 Water Street, Hallowell. Students will pick up their fired pieces at the Harlow, just down the street at 100 Water Street in Hallowell.

All materials included.
Tution: $85 Members / $100 Non-Members
Registration deadline: 6pm on Wednesday, July 31
Limited to 12 students
Students under 18 must be accompanied by an adult

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The Harlow is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in downtown historic Hallowell since 1963. Exhibitions are always free and open to the public. Hours are Wednesday-Saturday noon-6pm. 

The Harlow is supported by the City of HallowellDirigo Capital AdvisorsKennebec Savings Bank, the Roxanne Quimby Foundation and by our members.

   

2019 Season Sponsors are Camden National BankCapitol Dental CareChris Walters Productions, Great Gatherings, Doug & Melinda Jennings, Eaton Peabody Attorneys at Law and Scrummy Afters Candy Shoppe.

Programming is funded in part by the Maine Community Foundation, the Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Trust, and by  a Partnership Grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.

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