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The LA Arts & Culture Weekly Review

Throughout history, societies and communities that embraced the arts often found themselves at the forefront of social and political change – decades ahead of those that have discouraged or diminished the role of the arts in their societies.  Our rich history of social and political progress is due in no small part to the active and courageous artistic community that calls Southern California home. We hope that by highlighting the rising stars of our local art community on a weekly basis, we can help increase our community’s engagement with local art and the artists that devote their life to moving society forward.

Coffee mug and Guac bowl. A pair for these modern times. #ceramics #equality

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Little collection. #bowls #ceramics #losangeles #pottery #handmade

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Our intermediate course starting 7/24 has a spot left! Register online! Intermediate Wheel-Throwing with Expanded Techniques: This class will focus on expanding the throwing knowledge you learned in your beginning sessions. These basic techniques will be essential to being successful in this class. We will explore more advanced methods of production that involve hand building, extruding, slab rolling, additive coil building, press molds, and much more. There are so many approaches to working with clay and my hopes are that by taking this class you can start to formulate your own voice in the material. Surgeon Generals Warning: The ideal participant will have at least one or two wheel classes completed. Those in the class are expected to have a near proficient level of throwing and glazing. We will shortly revisit some of the basic techniques, but it is expected that the participants have a solid foundation of throwing before taking this class. *This is not a beginning class. $185 Tuesday evenings 6:30-9:00pm

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