Intermediate Throwing: In the Korean Style
Aug 05 - 26 | mon | 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Student should have taken one clay class previously
One bag 25 lb bag of porcelain and open studio during the class included. Additional clay is for $10 recycled, and $20 new per bag.
The Art Association’s instructor Jina Kim, a native-born and trained Korean potter, shares a glimpse into the great ceramic tradition of her country. In this brief but highly informative class, Jina will cover the terminology, history, and the technique of making three different traditional pottery forms: a traditional tea bowl, the “moon jar,” and the Chosun dynasty white porcelain bowl. This class aims to educate the student as well as to continue to develop his or her throwing skills. The last night of class will include a glazing how-to and a Korean tea ceremony.
Youth Program Instructor
Jina Kim joins the Art Association as the Youth Program Instructor. A formally trained artist who grew up and received her bachelor’s degree in South Korea, Kim is an artist who focuses on radiant juxtapositions of color that reflect her fascination with indigenous cultures and the interconnectedness of humanity. Her playful and empathetic approach to art makes her especially well-suited to teach children. Learn more about her work at colorfreakjina.com.