Eight-Week Class Free for veterans with approved scholarship application Applications due May 18. Scholarship notifications by June 1. Send completed applications to email@example.com
Wheel-throwing, a variety of handbuilding techniques and glazing are introduced. This class provides foundational clay skills that can be refined and strengthened by returning students in further classes.
Ceramics for Intermediates
Instructor: Tim Sullivan 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Tuesdays (June 5 - July 31; no class on July 3)
Eight-Week Class $170 (all supplies and clay not included) Prerequisite: Ceramics for Beginners *Includes Open Studio Saturdays
This class is designed to help students with a basic foundation advance to the next level. Students will further explore both handbuilding and wheel-throwing methods. The basic cylinder, bowl and plate forms are built upon to create more complex pieces. Advanced surface design, glazing and firing methods are also introduced.
Advanced Explorations in Ceramics
Instructor: Kara Lane 6-9 p.m. Wednesdays (June 6 - Aug. 1; no class on July 4)
Eight-Week Class $170 (all supplies and clay not included) *Includes Open Studio Saturdays
Special projects, advanced exercises, informal critiques and tips/training on studio maintenance will be covered in this advanced class. This class is for students comfortable with intermediate levels of both handbuilding and wheel-thowing.
It is mandatory that students have completed either Ceramics for Intermediates at Oklahoma Contemporary or an intermediate ceramics course at another institution. Completion of those courses does not, however, guarantee a student is at the advanced level.
Ceramics Studio Pass
Eight-week pass for enrolled ceramics students. $85 Completion of Ceramics for Beginners and instructor permission required.
Independent Studio is a new pilot program for intermediate and advanced potters and ceramics artists to access our studios, explore new ideas or build upon skills learned through classes. This program does not provide a curriculum or instructor. Artists looking to enroll must have completed Ceramics for Intermediates or receive permission from the studio manager.
Specific program details:
Open studio hours apply. Students are responsible for checking availability.
Valid for the dates listed, no carryovers or pro-rating.
Participants may only use clay purchased at Oklahoma Contemporary.
Clean up must begin 30 minutes before end of studio time.
Firing will follow regular schedule as set by the studio manager.
No retail or production work allowed.
Friday Night Clay
Instructor: Liz Boudreaux Aug. 17 6-8 p.m. 21+ $125 for two Register early, limited space available
Pottery workshop for two: Bring a friend, date, neighbor, spouse, partner or family member for a lively two-hour workshop in the Ceramics Studio. Each participant will make a mug that will be fired and ready for pickup on Aug. 31. Open to all levels and perfect for beginners. All materials, glazing and firing are included.
Ceramics & Succulents
Instructors: Liz Boudreaux (Oklahoma Contemporary) and Jen Semmler (Plant Shoppe) Saturday, July 21 (Ceramics) Saturday, July 28 (Succulents) 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. $155 (all materials included)
This workshop is a collaboration between Oklahoma Contemporary and Plant Shoppe. Participants will create an 8" pot in the Ceramics Studio at Oklahoma Contemporary and then meet up a week later with Jen Semmler of Plant Shoppe to design, create and learn to maintain a multi-succulent planting in their pot. All materials are provided. Firing of the pot will occur between workshop sessions. Both sessions will meet at Oklahoma Contemporary.
Open to all levels, and perfect for beginners.
Ceramics for Beginners | FULL
Instructor: Liz Boudreaux 6-8 p.m. Thursdays (June 7 - Aug. 2; no class on July 5)
Eight-Week Class $180 (all supplies and clay included) *Includes Open Studio Saturdays
This is the start of your ceramics journey! This class will provide students with foundational skills in handbuilding and wheel-throwing. Basic surface decoration and glazing techniques are also demonstrated.