“Rome wasn't built in a day.” Towns and cities take a lot of planning and go through changes based on the economy and social trends. Imagine starting a whole new town- what kinds of buildings would you need? A grocery store, perhaps? Well, then you'll need a bank, too. A school? Better have a library in that case!! Have your students brainstorm and write a list of things your new town may need. When the buildings are complete, your class will have its own town to set up in the classroom or outside to photograph all while learning how towns are developed from start to finish!
Using newspaper as a resist and AMACO Velvet Underglazes for color create a simple plate or platter form with a colorful and interesting surface.
Have a project that works well for the studio or classroom? maybe a technique you wish to share with everyone? this resource is designed to aid teachers, students, and makers alike to create and share their own original project/lesson plans with the growing online ceramics community.
NEW Shino glazes for Cone 5/6; 12 colors that create a rich iron look even on white clay.
Checkout all the results of layering Potter's Choice glazes over Cobalt Celadon (C-20) @ Cone 6.
The Textured Amber (PC-61) combos are out of the kiln and we have some stellar results!