CC9: AM Clay Camp (Aug 5 – 9)


CC9: AM Clay Camp (Aug 5 – 9)


August 5, 2019, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


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Registration Fee: $95 per person


Class Age: 10-14

Class will run Daily: Mon, Aug 5 – Fri, Aug 9

Clay Camps are a great introduction to the world of ceramics! Your little artist will have two days of hand building (working with clay using just their hands and other simple tools) to create pinch pots, coils pots, and exciting sculpture! We will also spend two whole days exploring the pottery wheel! Students will learn about wedging clay, centering and using fun and exciting techniques to create bowls and cups! Everyone will complete their projects by painting unique designs and patterns of their own choosing, using underglazes!  Your artist will have functional pieces that can be used to eat and drink out of, as well as decorative items!    (Please note that clay projects will need to be fired in our kilns, a process that requires three weeks from the last day to complete)

 *Is your child interested in attending multiple Clay Camps? GREAT! The more time your artist spends in the ceramic studios the better! Ceramic artists spend years developing their techniques, we would love to have your child to benefit from our phenomenal instructors and facility as frequently as they are interested!

Paramount Center for the Arts Summer Camps!
Our fun-filled camps are jam-packed with extraordinary opportunities to work with clay, painting and drawing, mixed media, glass projects and so much more! We celebrate creativity each week with an Art Show for friends and family to stop down and see the art studios and the wonderful works the kids have made!

Quick note about our 10-14 year old classes:  Our older students will enjoy the focus of our structured classes that will help them develop their understanding and techniques of the medium that they are working in. With prior arrangement, these students are also welcome to work on independent projects with the guidance of their instructor, allowing for emphasis on the areas that interest them most.





August 5, 2019, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Paramount Center for the Arts

913 West St. Germain StreetSt. Cloud, MN 56301United States