Tuesday Night Pottery - Mar. 24–May. 26, 6:30pm
This class is great for beginning to advanced students and is customizable to each skill set. Students can learn how to center, open, and throw clay on the pottery wheel as well as various hand building techniques. Instruction will be given to craft such items as bowls, mugs, and vases. Students are encouraged to use open lab time to practice and finish projects.
Dates: Mar. 24–May. 26 (10-weeks)
Time: 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Ages: 12+ (under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
Instructors: Nicole Serize
Campus location: Pottery Studio
Materials: $35 fee due the first day of class, paid to instructor. The fee covers the cost of clay, firings, and glazes. All other basic pottery tools provided.
Student limit: 14 people
Policy: Students must preregister to attend class. 72-hour notice required for class cancellation and refund.
For more information about this class call Nicole:
Open Lab Times For Pottery Students:
Monday 1 pm - 5 pm
Thursday 10 am - 6 pm
Friday 2 pm - 5 pm
Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
A recent transplant to Ogden, Utah by way of Miami, Florida, Nicole Serize considers herself a sun-loving, curiosity-driven maker. She has a BFA in sculpture and film from Washington University in St. Louis and has spent the last ten years in retail management. During that decade, her life was peppered with wood-firing workshops in Penland, NC and Tamba Sasayama, Japan. Her cross country relocation was prompted both by romantic love (she met her partner at a ceramics workshop) and a desire to focus on art making once again. Her work deals with the notion of place and desire, incorporating animal imagery (mostly doggies), architectural references, and found flora. She has a loose frame of reference and goofy sense of humor. She will help youmake beautiful, well loved things.