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Raku Workshop with Kim Clarke

Register
Venue:
May Carter Pottery Studio
Time:
March 23, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$70
End Date:
Saturday
Number of Classes/Day:
March 23
Skip Days:
1
Ages:
March 21
Register by:
15+

Join Kim Clarke on this first of a series of Raku Workshops at the May Carter Pottery Studio.  Students may bring 4-5 bisque pieces not taller than 12″ and no wider than 6″.  (no plates or bowls please).  If you have any questions please contact Ted Batt at [email protected] or 528-3256, ext. 127.  This class is limited to 7 students.

REFUND POLICY

1. Classes without sufficient enrollment by the registration deadline will be canceled. Fees are 100% refundable for classes canceled by the Academy.

2. 85% of class fees will be refunded if you cancel a week or more before the start of class.  If the withdrawal notice is received within one week (7 days) of the class’s first meeting, then there are no refunds issued.

PHOTO POLICY

The Academy Center of the Arts may use photos of students taken during class or events for any marketing promotions including print, web, social media, and video productions.  If you or your child wish to not be included please inform the instructor with written notice at the first meeting. Crowd scenes or group photos are exempt.

Register
Venue:
May Carter Pottery Studio
Time:
March 23, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$70
End Date:
Saturday
Number of Classes/Day:
March 23
Skip Days:
1
Ages:
March 21
Register by:
15+

THOUGH OUR DOORS MAY BE CLOSED, THE ARTS WILL BRING US TOGETHER AGAIN, SOON.

It has been nearly two months since the Academy Center of the Arts closed our doors to the public in response to COVID-19. While this decision was not an easy one to make at the time, we did so knowing that the arts run deep through the veins of our City, and that when able, the arts would bring us all together again. 

Our latest video, produced by Watts Creative Studios, is a note of hope for our patrons and supporters. While our doors may be closed, our lights are on, our blade burns bright, and our marquee remains lit.
 
We’ll see you again, soon.