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Aug
9
Tue
Intermediate Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Kyle Miller
Aug 9 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesdays, August 9 – September 13
5:30 – 8 p.m.
$225/$185 members

This six-week course is for potters who want to enhance their wheel throwing skills. A variety of topics will be covered.

Week 1: Cylinders and Bowls
Week 2: Ins and Outs of Form (Vases, Bottles, Closed Form)
Week 3: Single-throw Lidded Vessel & Throwing off the Hump
Week 4: Tea set or Thrown Sculpture
Week 5: Goal Project Week
Week 6: Wrap Up Week

**To register for this class, participants must have wheel throwing experience and be able to center clay unassisted.**

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Kyle Miller started his study in ceramics at the University of West Florida with sculpture and wheelthrowing under Meghan Gates. With her supervision he undertook several research projects in glaze formulation and application. He then began work in slip-casting and mold making under Justin Quaid. After assisting in the teaching of ceramics courses he worked as a ceramics studio tech at the university, First City Art Center, as well as the Autism Resource Center in Pensacola. He has studied alongside prolific ceramicists such as Maria Spies and Tony Wright. He has also gained notoriety for his funded research in alternative firing methods and immersive ceramic installations. He currently practices his craft in Mobile and looks forward to growing and fostering the Mobile clay community.

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.

Aug
10
Wed
Beginning Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Angie King
Aug 10 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesdays, August 2 – September 6
10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

OR

Wednesdays, August 10 – September 14
5:30 – 8 p.m.

$220/$180 members
Ages 16+

Try something that you have always wanted to do by learning to throw clay on the pottery wheel! This six-week class is for brand new students with no previous experience. Students will learn the basics of how to center, throw, and glaze clay, resulting in unique functional pieces such as bowls, cups, and vases. Friends and family will be impressed with your new skills!

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.
All classes are subject to cancellation or rescheduling following CDC guidelines.

Aug
16
Tue
Beginning Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Angie King
Aug 16 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

Tuesdays, August 16 – September 20
10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

OR

Wednesdays, August 10 – September 14
5:30 – 8 p.m.

$220/$180 members
Ages 16+

Try something that you have always wanted to do by learning to throw clay on the pottery wheel! This six-week class is for brand new students with no previous experience. Students will learn the basics of how to center, throw, and glaze clay, resulting in unique functional pieces such as bowls, cups, and vases. Friends and family will be impressed with your new skills!

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.
All classes are subject to cancellation or rescheduling following CDC guidelines.

Intermediate Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Kyle Miller
Aug 16 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesdays, August 9 – September 13
5:30 – 8 p.m.
$225/$185 members

This six-week course is for potters who want to enhance their wheel throwing skills. A variety of topics will be covered.

Week 1: Cylinders and Bowls
Week 2: Ins and Outs of Form (Vases, Bottles, Closed Form)
Week 3: Single-throw Lidded Vessel & Throwing off the Hump
Week 4: Tea set or Thrown Sculpture
Week 5: Goal Project Week
Week 6: Wrap Up Week

**To register for this class, participants must have wheel throwing experience and be able to center clay unassisted.**

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Kyle Miller started his study in ceramics at the University of West Florida with sculpture and wheelthrowing under Meghan Gates. With her supervision he undertook several research projects in glaze formulation and application. He then began work in slip-casting and mold making under Justin Quaid. After assisting in the teaching of ceramics courses he worked as a ceramics studio tech at the university, First City Art Center, as well as the Autism Resource Center in Pensacola. He has studied alongside prolific ceramicists such as Maria Spies and Tony Wright. He has also gained notoriety for his funded research in alternative firing methods and immersive ceramic installations. He currently practices his craft in Mobile and looks forward to growing and fostering the Mobile clay community.

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.

Aug
17
Wed
Beginning Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Angie King
Aug 17 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesdays, August 2 – September 6
10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

OR

Wednesdays, August 10 – September 14
5:30 – 8 p.m.

$220/$180 members
Ages 16+

Try something that you have always wanted to do by learning to throw clay on the pottery wheel! This six-week class is for brand new students with no previous experience. Students will learn the basics of how to center, throw, and glaze clay, resulting in unique functional pieces such as bowls, cups, and vases. Friends and family will be impressed with your new skills!

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.
All classes are subject to cancellation or rescheduling following CDC guidelines.

Aug
18
Thu
Clay for Two with Angie King
Aug 18 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Clay for Two with Angie King
Thursday, June 2 & Thursday, June 30
Thursday, July 14 & Thursday, July 28
Thursday, August 4 & Thursday, August 18
5:30 – 8 p.m.
$50 members | $80 non-members per couple per session

Bring a friend, partner, parent, or neighbor, and create something on the pottery wheel during one (or more) of our single-night sessions. No experience is necessary; just come with a friend and an open mind. Everyone will get a chance to make 2 – 3 pieces on the wheel. They will be glazed for you, and you will pick up your finished pieces at a later date.

Aug
23
Tue
Beginning Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Angie King
Aug 23 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

Tuesdays, August 16 – September 20
10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

OR

Wednesdays, August 10 – September 14
5:30 – 8 p.m.

$220/$180 members
Ages 16+

Try something that you have always wanted to do by learning to throw clay on the pottery wheel! This six-week class is for brand new students with no previous experience. Students will learn the basics of how to center, throw, and glaze clay, resulting in unique functional pieces such as bowls, cups, and vases. Friends and family will be impressed with your new skills!

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.
All classes are subject to cancellation or rescheduling following CDC guidelines.

Intermediate Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Kyle Miller
Aug 23 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesdays, August 9 – September 13
5:30 – 8 p.m.
$225/$185 members

This six-week course is for potters who want to enhance their wheel throwing skills. A variety of topics will be covered.

Week 1: Cylinders and Bowls
Week 2: Ins and Outs of Form (Vases, Bottles, Closed Form)
Week 3: Single-throw Lidded Vessel & Throwing off the Hump
Week 4: Tea set or Thrown Sculpture
Week 5: Goal Project Week
Week 6: Wrap Up Week

**To register for this class, participants must have wheel throwing experience and be able to center clay unassisted.**

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Kyle Miller started his study in ceramics at the University of West Florida with sculpture and wheelthrowing under Meghan Gates. With her supervision he undertook several research projects in glaze formulation and application. He then began work in slip-casting and mold making under Justin Quaid. After assisting in the teaching of ceramics courses he worked as a ceramics studio tech at the university, First City Art Center, as well as the Autism Resource Center in Pensacola. He has studied alongside prolific ceramicists such as Maria Spies and Tony Wright. He has also gained notoriety for his funded research in alternative firing methods and immersive ceramic installations. He currently practices his craft in Mobile and looks forward to growing and fostering the Mobile clay community.

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.

Aug
24
Wed
Beginning Throwing on the Pottery Wheel with Angie King
Aug 24 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesdays, August 2 – September 6
10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

OR

Wednesdays, August 10 – September 14
5:30 – 8 p.m.

$220/$180 members
Ages 16+

Try something that you have always wanted to do by learning to throw clay on the pottery wheel! This six-week class is for brand new students with no previous experience. Students will learn the basics of how to center, throw, and glaze clay, resulting in unique functional pieces such as bowls, cups, and vases. Friends and family will be impressed with your new skills!

DURING YOUR VISIT:
• Temperatures will be checked upon entry with a no-contact infrared thermometer
• Visitors are required to wear a mask.
• Utilize the hand sanitizer provided throughout the museum.
• Maintain a 6 to 10 ft distance from other visitors.
All classes are subject to cancellation or rescheduling following CDC guidelines.

Aug
25
Thu
Homeschool Art
Aug 25 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Thursdays, August 25, September 29, October 27, & November 17
Session 1: 1 – 2:30 p.m.
$5 members per child per session | $10 non-members per child per session

This class is for families to create together. Each month will feature a different art medium with a project tied to the MMofA collection. Parents are encouraged to stay and create with their families.

August: Clay
September: Collage
October: Painting
November: Printmaking