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« on: April 23, 2009 09:25:26 AM »

The Pittsburgh Craft Collective (pghcraftcollective@gmail.com) is very pleased to offer our first ceramics workshop.

This class will cover basic wheel throwing and/or handbuilding ceramics.

Dates: May 9th and May 23
Time: 10:30 am to 1:30 pm

All wet work must be completed on the first day of the workshop (May 9th) and May 23rd is for glazing. A seperate pick up date can be scheduled or Amy can bring the pieces to the next PPC meeting.

PCC members - $40
PCC non-members - $45*
*the additional $5 to be paid to the instructor on the first day of class

Payment of $40 can be made by check to the Braddock Fields Historical Society. Pre-register by calling Tom Gaudi at 724 552 3761, or print a registration form and fill it out from our website: www.angelfire.com/planet/braddockarts/home.html and mail it to the library. You may also register the first day of the workshop when they get there, but an RSVP and preregistration is recommended. Max students is 10 and will fill quickly.

For more information visit the PCC website - pghcraftcollective@gmail.com

Leader in Craft:
Amy Lumsden has been a ceramic artist for approximately ten years. She began working in clay as a student at Seton Hill University, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting and Ceramics.  She makes both functional and nonfucntional pieces in clay, as well as ceramic jewelry. She truly appreciates clay as a medium and believes that its quite possibly the most humbling material to work with. She is greatly influenced by all things vinatage, especially fabrics and textiles. Her wish is that the things she creates are seen as both functional and beautiful.

She is 30 years old and currently live in Pittsburgh, working out of her studio, in her lovely new home in West View. She is an Advisory Board member for the Braddock Creative Arts Program, and her work can be seen at Boxheart Gallery, Moxie Dada Gallery, the Heinz History Center/Smithsonian Shop, and of course, her Etsy site - redravenstudios.etsy.com.
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