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Saturday, April 27th, 2-4p

Have you wanted to extend the leather hard phase of your work? Tired of draping plastic over your pieces only to find them bone dry a week later? Meet the Plaster Wet Box! In this workshop, you will learn how to mix plaster and pour plaster. You will also learn skills for maintaining your wet box and different strategies for using your wet box. A wet box is a great tool for storing your ceramics and allowing you to easily transport them. Please indicate if you want a wet box to store tall pieces (fits one to three larger pieces depending on their width) or multiple smaller pieces (fits fifteen to twenty-five ten inch tall pieces).

Class incudes all the supplies needed and you will leave with a functional wet box!

Instructed by Ella Watson

Ella Watson was first introduced to ceramics through a Wheel Throwing I class at the age of sixteen. For the next five years, Ella focused her attention on learning the craft. She spent three months learning slip casting with Silvia K. Ceramics in Brighton, UK and twelve months studying under Todd Redmond in Denver, CO. She attended multiple workshops and enrolled in several years worth of courses. In 2019, Ella Watson launched her production ceramics company, Studio Driftwood. Her focus at the time was on fulfilling orders for coffee shops, hotels, and restaurants. In 2021, she relocated from Denver to Nova Scotia and pivoted her craft to honing in her skills in glaze creation and Mishima design work. In November 2023, Ella moved back to Northwest Arkansas and is currently rebranding her business as an e-commerce small-batch ceramic company! She is loving bringing her passion for ceramics into the classroom as a teacher at Fifth St.!

We look forward to having you in! If you have any questions visit our FAQ here.


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Saturday, April 27th, 2-4p

Have you wanted to extend the leather hard phase of your work? Tired of draping plastic over your pieces only to find them bone dry a week later? Meet the Plaster Wet Box! In this workshop, you will learn how to mix plaster and pour plaster. You will also learn skills for maintaining your wet box and different strategies for using your wet box. A wet box is a great tool for storing your ceramics and allowing you to easily transport them. Please indicate if you want a wet box to store tall pieces (fits one to three larger pieces depending on their width) or multiple smaller pieces (fits fifteen to twenty-five ten inch tall pieces).

Class incudes all the supplies needed and you will leave with a functional wet box!

Instructed by Ella Watson

Ella Watson was first introduced to ceramics through a Wheel Throwing I class at the age of sixteen. For the next five years, Ella focused her attention on learning the craft. She spent three months learning slip casting with Silvia K. Ceramics in Brighton, UK and twelve months studying under Todd Redmond in Denver, CO. She attended multiple workshops and enrolled in several years worth of courses. In 2019, Ella Watson launched her production ceramics company, Studio Driftwood. Her focus at the time was on fulfilling orders for coffee shops, hotels, and restaurants. In 2021, she relocated from Denver to Nova Scotia and pivoted her craft to honing in her skills in glaze creation and Mishima design work. In November 2023, Ella moved back to Northwest Arkansas and is currently rebranding her business as an e-commerce small-batch ceramic company! She is loving bringing her passion for ceramics into the classroom as a teacher at Fifth St.!

We look forward to having you in! If you have any questions visit our FAQ here.