PhillyCulture

event · May 15 – June 12

Bisque Mold Handbuilding with Roberta Massuch

Learn how to make more advanced pottery forms by combining basic handbuilding techniques (coil, pinch, slab) with bisque molds (uniquely made by you!). You will hone your handbuilding skills while learning how the bisque mold can introduce larger, more complex forms and help you to create multiples of the same object. This class will focus on developing forms, and surfaces will be addressed as a result of the bisque mold process.

This 5 week workshop will take place on Saturdays, 05/15, 05/22, 05/29, 06/05, 06/12, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

About the artist:

Roberta Massuch lives and works in Philadelphia, PA — where she is studio technician & instructor at The Community College of Philadelphia. Originally from Minneapolis, MN, she received her MFA from Louisiana State University before moving to Philly to be a resident artist at Tyler School of Art (2014) and The Clay Studio (2014-19). She currently has a home studio where she makes her handbuilt pottery and sculptures and is a member of The Philadelphia Potters.

Prerequisite: Some clay experience required as intermediate handbuilding techniques will be introduced.


Venue

University City Arts League
4226 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106 US