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The Wood-Fire Experience

June 24 - July 2   POSTPONED     Taught by: Tim See

Experience an intensive hands-on introduction to world of wood firing. From the choice of clay, to evaluating the final results. We will take the 7 days and go through the complete processes giving each participant the opportunity to try all the aspects and to give them enough time and practice to understand them. Wood firing is a wonderful low tech way of finishing work, where the firing has so much to add, and the process is so unique.

Workshop Fee: $1600

Seven consecutive days (June 24 - July 2   POSTPONED)

Pre-workshop online learning

Morning sessions: 9:00AM - 12:00 noon

1 hour lunch break

Afternoon sessions: 1:00PM - 5:00PM

Tim See

I am a ceramic artist born in Syracuse, New York in 1979. I have lived in the Greater Syracuse area, commonly known as Central New York, all of my life. I began working in clay while an art student at Onondaga Community College and completed my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics with Honors at Syracuse University in 2004.

My work has been shown at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C, the Everson Museum in Syracuse, NY, the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY, and, at Baltimore Clayworks in Maryland – as well as many other galleries and shows. The work has been recognized with awards every year since 2003.

I have taught beginning, intermediate and advanced pottery to adults in a community-based ceramics studio at Clayscapes Pottery, Inc. since 2006. I also have taught children and teens at the elementary, middle and high school levels in workshops, as a visiting artist, and, in yearlong after school programs. I have really enjoyed traveling throughout the northeast engaging potters in half-day, full-day and multi-day workshops tailored to their unique goals.

As a founding member of the Independent Potters Association, I work collaboratively with fellow artists to organize and implement several charitable events each year as well as group exhibitions. I help organize group shows, an art trail and a high school ceramics competition annually as well.

Social media have provided me many platforms to communicate with more than 11,000 potters nationally and internationally. Since 2007, I have produced 92 educational videos on pottery that have been viewed almost 2 million times and attracted more that 13,000 subscribers.

To register and pay for the workshop, complete the registration/contact information form. Once the form is completed and submitted, you will be taken to a payment screen which you can ignore. You will be contacted with payment information after registering.



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