You can register for the following workshops & events by contacting the listed venues.
If you don’t find one in your area, you can request a customized AMACO glaze workshop or in-service training by contacting Diana Faris as follows:
Director of Educational Outreach
Phone: (800) 925-5195, x 1302
Tim KowalczykBrickyard Ceramics & Crafts
Indianapolis, IN United States
- February 23, 2019 – February 24, 2019
Since graduating with his MFA from Illinois State University in 2011, Tim has maintained an active studio practice from his home in Minonk, Illinois. For the past 8 years Tim has participated in a steady stream of juried, group, invitational, and solo exhibitions. He has received several awards including the Presidential Scholarship at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Merwin Medal: McLean County 82nd Annual Amateur Show, and Best of Show: Water Street Studios Anniversary Show. Tim’s work can be seen in private collections, University collections, and in a recent American Craft Magazine article. Tim is pursuing being a full-time studio artist starting in January of 2018
Glazing & Layering Success, with AMACO’s Mid-Range GlazesAlabama Clay Conference
Jacksonville, AL United States
- February 24, 2019 – 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Diana Faris (AMACO Educational Director) will share tips and images regarding application, mixing and layering of cone 5-6 brushing glazes. AMACO Celadon, Potters Choice and Shino oxidation glazes provide limitless possibilities to achieve your own surfaces without experimenting with dry materials and chemicals. Application and firing variables will be reviewed and reference materials provided.
No More Glaze Decorating Phobia!John C. Campbell Folk School
Brasstown, NC United States
- August 18, 2019 – August 24, 2019
This is a week-long class from August 18-23, 2019. Registration is directly through the Folk School - camping option is available in this beautiful setting!
BYOB! (Bring Your Own Bisque) This class is all about experimentation with mid-range clay surface decoration and AMACO glazes. Students will explore and test a variety of different AMACO products, pushing the limits of results that can be achieved in an electric kiln at cone 5-6. Clay texture and hand-building techniques will also be taught.
Contact the instructor with any questions about the class: Diana Faris, MFA (Amaco Education Dept). email@example.com