Date: August 15, 16 and 19
Time: 1 – 4 pm
Registration Deadline: August 12 @ 1 pm
Location: Thoreson Farm
Kurinuki is a traditional method of Japanese handbuilding. The word means “carving out.” A solid block of clay is minimally shaped and then carved to create the interior and exterior spaces. Spontaneous and showing the marks of the making process, kurinuki pots tend to be more alive and sculptural than other hand building methods.
A great clay experience for beginners, kurinuki can also be satisfying for experienced clay artists. Some of the forms made using Kurinuki include yunomi (teacups), boxes, vases, and sippers.
John Huston is the GAAC Potter-in-Residence at Thoreson Farm. John has been a potter for more than 40 years. He studied in Ohio and Japan and started Platte River Pottery in Benzie County in 1978. He and his wife Amy Stevens own and operate Glen Lake Artists Gallery in Glen Arbor. instagram.com/thoresonfarmpottery
Supplies will be provided.
Please read the GAAC cancellation and refund policy here: https://glenarborart.org/terms-and-conditions/
COVID-RELATED UPDATES TO 2022 PROGRAMS AS OF December, 2021
To ensure the safety of our students and staff, we have implemented new procedures for our 2022 programs, to mitigate the spread of COVID and still allow participants to have a wonderful time creating art.
Class sizes will be limited to 12 persons or less for outdoor programs and 8 or less for indoor programs.
All students must wear face coverings inside the center.
Students and staff will wash and sanitize hands frequently throughout the day.
Common areas and touched surfaces will be sanitized regularly.
To keep pace with the evolving conditions related to the pandemic, any new policies or procedures for classes will be communicated.