Friday, October 26, 2012

Frogs, Whales And Suessian Creatures: Claywork On Columbia Displays Works Of Youngest Artists

If you don't know about Clayworks on Columbia Street, you should. The full service Brooklyn ceramic studio has been offering great classes and space for local artists for many years now.
In addition to adult classes, Claywork also provides Children's Clay Sunday for the very youngest artists.
Demetria of Clayworks just informed me of a fun show highlighting the works produced by theses mini-artists.  She writes:
We are having a student show of the work produced in our Kids Clay Class (6-10year olds) - we're celebrating their awesome cups, first ever wheel-thrown bowls, frogs, whales, Suessian creatures and so much more. and so much more.
The work will be displayed in the window at Clayworks on Columbia this Saturday and Sunday and we will have a reception for the kids on Sunday October 28 from 11:30a-12:30p (the kids will take home their work at the conclusion).

How fun. If you would like to sign your child up for the classes, contact or check the website. And check out the programs for teens and adults here.

Clayworks On Columbia
195 Columbia Street
(between Sackett and DeGraw)

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