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Open Studio (Wednesday) – Clay

July 5 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until December 20, 2023

Start a new project or finish something you have started. Don’t let your lack of studio equipment be an obstacle! Waterfall Arts has a well-furnished and staffed clay studio for artists of all skill levels (*must have some experience and an orientation before attending Open Studios) to drop in and work independently on their own projects. In addition to providing a workspace and tools, the studios at Waterfall Arts provide a forum for sharing ideas, developing techniques, and experimentation, as well as an opportunity for building community. Artists working in all disciplines are welcome and encouraged to get involved.

Drop-in rates are $20 for a 3-hour session. Maximum 5 artists during Open Studios. (Students currently enrolled in any of our clay classes get a 50% discount on Open Studio rates.)

About the Studio Monitor – Jeremy Hollinger has a Fine Arts degree, specializing in Ceramic and Sculpture works. He is passionate about helping others find a way to express themselves creatively using earthen elements. When he is not in the studio Jeremy loves tending his growing homestead including two wild little ones. Find Jeremy on Instagram at @HomeFired

Book your spot in the Open Studio by calling 207-338-2222 or pop into the office to register and pay.

Details

Date:
July 5
Time:
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
EDT
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Venue

Waterfall Arts
256 High Street
Belfast, ME 04915 United States
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Phone:
207-338-2222

Organizer

Waterfall Arts

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Discipline
Ceramics
Skill Level
Good for Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced

Waterfall Arts COVID-19 Update

Following CDC recommendations and guidelines, Waterfall Arts will no longer require masking, proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID test for patrons, students, or visitors to attend classes, openings or any events at the Waterfall Arts building