September 30 - November 25| $320 – $360
Instructor: Rachel Dubicki
Class Type: Handbuilding
Skill Level: All Levels
Time: Mondays, 7 – 9:00 pm
Dates: September 30 – November 25 (No class Indigenous People’s Day, October 14th)
Learn the fundamental techniques needed to construct handbuilt functional objects using slabs. Class time will be spent creating paper patterns for use in building three-dimensional forms. Students will also be given instruction on alternative approaches to surface design that will allow them to develop new work, both architecturally and visually.
$320.00 members/$360.00 non-members. Tuition includes one bag of clay and firing fees. Registration is online only, and is first come first serve. To inquire about the wait list call WSW at (845) 658-9133 or email email@example.com.
This class is currently full. To inquire about the wait list, please call (845) 658-9133 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Dubicki is a Hudson Valley native. In May of 2015, she received her BFA from Alfred University where she concentrated in ceramics, making functional tableware and using the wheel as her primary tool. After undergraduate, Rachel joined WSW as a Chili Bowl Workspace Resident. Since finishing, she has moved back to the area and is now an active member of the local art community and continuing her studio practice at Women’s Studio Workshop.