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Welcome to working in Clay

Classes Taught by Konrad Dunton at CCSF

Looking for a a way to express yourself with clay in San Francisco?
Well, look no further!

There is nothing more enjoyable yet challenging, simple yet versatil, basic yet complex as working in clay.

Working in clay is so ancient and fundamental to our development as complex societies. It is found in almost all civilizations, its uses have varied wildly and new frontiers are still being discovered today.

As far back as we can go in human history and most of prehistory, we can find clay used both in utilitarian an d artistic expressions..

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Class Setting:

 

  • Classes are in the evening from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

  • All skill levels welcome

  • Work independently or with instruction and demos

  • A variety of clays are included with workshop 

  • A variety of glazes are included with workshop

  • Art work will be slow fired in class using an electric kiln

  • Location: Fort Mason

  • Bring own materials and tools 

  • Some basic materials and tools are available in class

  • Model fee payable at first day of class

For updates on class times see Classes tab or visit the CCSF Extention website.

Related Classes, Events & Workshops

Sculpting from Model in Clay

 

Throughout the year, I teach in 8 week sessions figure sculpting using live models  (see website for details) 

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Raku Workshops

 

Throughout the semester Raku workshops are taught by Tebby George (see catalog for details) 

OLAD Figure Sculpting 

 

Friday mornings from 8:30am to 12:00 pm Tebby George teaches sculpture with live models for adults over 55.

go to "Live Sculpture" in the CCSF catalog :