2018 Course Information: One Day of Clay: Potter’s Wheel Workshop

One Day of Clay: Potter’s Wheel Workshop

This this hands-on course is for students interested in learning to make pottery on the potter’s wheel.  Participants will learn the basics of centering, opening, and thinning clay to create small vessels on the potter’s wheel.  The particular class will only cover techniques for using a potter’s wheel and suitable for beginning to intermediate level students.

Material Fee will be determined if student wishes to fire/glaze their pieces.  If so, $1/pound for clay and we will fire the pieces and glaze them.  Students can pre-select glaze from samples, knowing there might be variances in the finished pieces.

To purchase this workshop, click on “Buy Now” below.  Upon completion of payment, you will be returned to our website.  There you will find a pdf registration form for you to complete and either scan and Email to arkcraftschool@gmail.com or print and mail.



09:00 am-04:00 pm
Materials Fee:Varied
REGISTER BY:2019-01-21

Instructor: Judi Munn

Judi Munn After finishing her Master’s in Education, Judi Munn studied pottery at the University of Memphis with the idea of adding Art to her list of teaching certifications.  In 1992, after a year and a half of pottery/art classes, she got an apprenticeship at the Ozark Folk Center State Park with David and Becki Dahlstedt and has demonstrated pottery making at the Folk Center ever since.  She has taught both wheel thrown pottery and hand-building during the Ozark Folk Center’s Folk School, as well as private one-on-one classes. Judi is an active members of the Arkansas Craft Guild and the Memphis Potter's Guild. She is the president of the Mountain View Art Guild for 2019. Her work is in the collections of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Senator Dale and Betty Bumper.  She has published articles in Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated, and Claytimes.  Together with her husband, John Perry, they have won a variety of awards and honors.  One of Judi’s Pitchers is included in the book 500 Pitchers. The Arkansas Craft School is delighted to be offering courses with this Master Potter.  

Works by the Instructor