Introduction to Japanese Functional Ware with Clayton Amemiya

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Dates: 
Saturday, July 24, 2021 - 1:00pm to Saturday, August 28, 2021 - 4:00pm

Introduction to Japanese Functional Ware with Clayton Amemiya

  • Saturdays
  • July 24–August 28, 2021
  • 1:00 PM– 4:00 PM
  • Adults 18+
  • No experience necessary!

Cost:

  • Class fee without membership $200
  • Class fee with membership $175

+ $50 Supply fee (clay, glazes, firings)

Deadline to register: Wednesday, July 21 by 4:00 PM

Due to social distancing guidelines, spaces are limited.

To register for classes: REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED- PLEASE EMAIL FOR AVAILABILITY

Health and Safety Guidelines:

  • All individuals feeling sick or unwell in any way, should stay home. We will issue a refund if you’re unable to attend class as a result of any health related issues.

  • Hand sanitizer and antibacterial soaps will be readily available. All individuals are encouraged to sanitize or wash their hands before entering the classroom area.

  • Face masks required. 

  • Distances of at least 3 ft. will be maintained amongst individuals at all times during classes.

For a full list of the EHCC Workshop Health and Safety Guidelines, click here!

 
 

Instructors

  • Clayton Amemiya's picture
    Bio:
    Clayton Amemiya is an anagama potter trained in Okinawa, residing in Hilo, Hawaii who has fired in an anagama for over 25 years. He has exhibited in the U.S. Japan and China, and his works are included in public and private collections in the U.S., East Asia and Europe. Clayton creates functional ware based on East Asian models, as well as sculptural objects inspired by the Big Island environment. “The extended firing time of over five days creates textures reminiscent of stone,” says Amemiya. “In my pots, I see and feel the upland, rainforest environment where I live and work.” Learn More
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