Participants will create a clay vessel from self-hardening clay using the coil method of construction as the Adena Culture did 3,000 years ago. There will be an educational background with visual examples. Each participant will be assisted as needed to finish a coil clay vessel. The surfaces will be smoothed out by shell and stone. All individuals will have their own materials to work with. The class will be held outdoors, weather permitting, so dress appropriately. We will be following state guidelines by practicing social distancing.
Instructor Pam Hall earned her B.F.A. degree from Columbus College of Art & Design in Fine Arts. She went on to receive an M.A. degree in art education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Since then she has taken many post-graduate and doctoral courses from Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati. Pam has taught art in the public schools for 26 years as well as one year for Warren County MRDD, and 3 years at the Cincinnati Waldolf School. She is currently the Education Specialist at Fort Ancient.
$10 material fee. Pre-registration through Fort Ancient is required.
General site admission applies for non-members. Regular site admission: $7/Adults, $6/Children (6-17) & Seniors (60+), Under 5/Free.