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Pottery Wheel for Beginners- 12 weeks!


FINE ARTS, CRAFTS, FIBER, WOOD, & PHOTOGRAPHY -
Winter/Spring 2024

Have you always wanted to try your hand at the pottery wheel? 

Come get your hands dirty with us in this 12-week, beginner and judgement-free class. Jessica LaBonte, owner of Cedar Tree Pottery, will teach you the techniques on how to make the two basic forms- the bowl and the cylinder, and then try our hand at basic glazing and decorating techniques. 

Students will each receive one 25lb bag of white low fire clay, access to all stocked glazes, tools to use during class, and weekly instruction.

All materials and firing costs are included in the fee.  Only 10 spots available!

Wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to get messy!

Instructor

Jessica Cedergren LaBonte


LaBonte learned from the potters of southern Vermont when she attended Marlboro College in the nineties and interned at several local studios. She continued her studies at the University of Vermont and earned her art education degree in the year 2000 and received a masters in studio art at the College of New Rochelle in 2008. LaBonte’s work can be seen in person at several galleries around the state and several farmers and artist markets during the warmer months. Her work can also be viewed at www.cedartreepotteryvt.com. Please find her on Instagram @cedar_tree_pottery_vt and on Facebook @CedarTreePotteryVT.

Jessica Cedergren LaBonte’s studio is located at E1 Studio Collective in Burlington. She lives in Jericho where she enjoys life with her husband and her Portuguese Water Dogs. 

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  Jessica Cedergren LaBonte


Champlain Valley Union High School : 146
Tuesdays, Feb 6 - May 7
6:00 - 8:00 PM

  No Class Feb 27 & Apr 23


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$ 400.00
Per Person, Includes materials
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  Jessica Cedergren LaBonte


Champlain Valley Union High School : 146
Tuesdays, Feb 6 - May 7
3:45 - 5:45 PM

  No Class Feb 27 & Apr 23


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Tu
W
Th
F
Sa


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$ 400.00
Per Person, Includes materials