Hi friends! I’m really excited to announce that I will begin teaching again after an almost 7 year break.
Why now? This summer, my husband and I relocated to Fort Collins from Denver after our daughter started college – suffice it to say that I have a lot more time on my hands. I also love sharing my love of clay with others young and old alike. In teaching, I don’t just pass on my knowledge, I also learn so much from my students who often bring fresh ideas to the class that I may not have thought about before.
In Person Classes
I am currently teaching two clay workshops to absolute beginners at River North Workshop (RNW) in the RINO area of Denver. RNW is a an open workshop/retail store that will host my classes in an intimate setting (only 8 spots are available for each class) that will allow for lots of conversation and personal attention. Classes are approximately 2 hours long.
Depending on reception, I will add classes in the future.
My current class offerings, registration and secure payment is handled directly through Dabble.
I am currently developing classes that will be available through Skillshare – if you click on the link, you will be able to sample unlimited Skillshare Premium classes for $.99 for a whole 3 months.
My first class is now live! It’s a beginning pottery class that teaches students how to make easy ceramic dishes using a hand building technique. Here’s a link to my class:
What is Skillshare?
Skillshare is a subscription based site that offers all kinds of classes that you do at your own pace including crafts, art, business, cooking, fitness and more. It’s a fantastic and affordable resource.
In addition, I have also taught basic clay “crafty happy hours” at client’s homes. Contact me if you are interested in hosting a private party.