Join us for a fun afternoon of playing with clay! Usually this workshop is a fun party with lots of people in our studios, so we’ve made important safety adjustments for 2020.
Use cookie cutters, texture rollers, letter stamps, and your imagination to make adorable ornaments. Sheila will have lots of ideas and examples on hand to inspire you, or create your own designs. Make as many ornaments as you want; do just a few as keepsakes, or make a bunch to give as gifts. Your pieces will be dried, kiln-fired, and ready for pickup about two weeks after your workshop day. We can’t do glazes this year, but you can add color to your ornaments at home with watercolor, acrylics, spray paint, or a variety of other materials. (We’ll have examples to get your creative juices flowing.)
This is a great activity for families and quaranteams. Children must be accompanied by an adult, and please keep the child-adult ratio of your group reasonable for the age and abilities of your young artists. Toddlers are welcome, but children ages 4+ will get the most out of this activity.
– All participants must wear a mask during the entire workshop. If your young artist is too small to wear a mask, please let us know so we can make sure that you are the only quaranteam in your classroom.
– Each classroom is limited to a maximum of 6 people at one time.
– Interaction between classrooms will be minimal.
– We prefer for each classroom to have only 1-2 quaranteams. (For instance, one group of 5 family members, a family of 4 plus 2 grandparents, or two groups of 2 people.)
– MCMA will clean all touch surfaces in the breaks between time slots.