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"Clay Science at the Museum for Adults" -- Session III - Color in Clay

Nov 18 2017 - 1:30pm to 3:30pmNov 25 2017 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Location: 
Classroom 3 and in the Kiwanis Learning Garden

Session III  Color in Clay offers lessons on color and explorations of ways to show color on clay.

Clay Science at the Museum combines the science of clay (its role in soil and geology) with artistic exploration and making art. We will search for clay in different soils, process clay dug from nearby strata, search for connections with clay minerals in the Museum exhibits, and create with clay form and color. Glazing, firing, and all materials included. $10 suggested supply fee on donation basis, payable to Instructor.  

NOTE: All work not picked up a week after the last class will be donated to charity. Parts of the class will be held outdoors as weather permits.

Cirrelda Snider-Bryan is a Member of NM Potters & Clay Artists, Handmade Tile Association, Mosaic Artists of NM, and the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts. She has facilitated many school tile murals and mosaic projects, serving as an APS teacher from 1987-1994. An environmental educator at the NM Museum of Natural History & Science since 2007, Cirrelda is excited about combining the science of clay with its artistic exploration.
 
Limited to 8 Adults (ages 18 and up). Questions: Cirrelda.Snider@state.nm.us 

Class times, Saturday afternoons - 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm:
November 18, 2017 
November 25, 2017  
December 2, 2017  
December 9, 2017  

Purchase in advance, Space is limited. To guarantee admission for our class you must register in advance online at Brown Paper Tickets. Online Adult Class ticket sales stop Midnight, 12:00 am, the morning of the event.

Questions: Cirrelda Snider-Bryan

email: Cirrelda.Snider@state.nm.us  
call: 505-948-1615

 
 

The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science reserves the right to cancel any event that does not reach a minimum of 6 participants.

Price: 
$50 (10% member discount)
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