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Saturday, July 13th 6-8p

In this class we will be learning how to piece slabs to make your very own mug! Once your mug is constructed you will use texture and carving tools to decorate and make your mug one of a kind! 

Instructed by Rainy Bray

Rainy Bray-Hopwood (she/her/hers) is a potter, community organizer, and entrepreneur. Her work centers around exploring the art of ceramics and sharing the medium with her community as a teaching artist. Rainy was born in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and currently works and lives in Bentonville, Arkansas. Nestled in the ozark mountains, she draws inspiration from the natural world and rich cultural heritage present in the area. Through her pottery and as an art educator, she seeks to preserve the culture of Northwest Arkansas area and her own heritage as a member of the Choctaw nation.

All students must fill out a waiver to attend class. Waiver may be filled in advance HERE. 

*This workshop is open to ages 8+ 

*No experience necessary 

*"SLIP HAPPENS" DISCLAIMER: While we strive to ensure the safe handling and firing of all workshop creations, due to the inherent nature of ceramics, unexpected breakage or damage may occur during the firing process. We'll make every effort to preserve your pieces, but please be aware that some pieces might not survive the kiln. Your participation acknowledges this possibility, and we appreciate your understanding in this creative journey.

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

Refund Policy 

Handbuild Your Own Mug Workshop

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Saturday, July 13th 6-8p

In this class we will be learning how to piece slabs to make your very own mug! Once your mug is constructed you will use texture and carving tools to decorate and make your mug one of a kind! 

Instructed by Rainy Bray

Rainy Bray-Hopwood (she/her/hers) is a potter, community organizer, and entrepreneur. Her work centers around exploring the art of ceramics and sharing the medium with her community as a teaching artist. Rainy was born in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and currently works and lives in Bentonville, Arkansas. Nestled in the ozark mountains, she draws inspiration from the natural world and rich cultural heritage present in the area. Through her pottery and as an art educator, she seeks to preserve the culture of Northwest Arkansas area and her own heritage as a member of the Choctaw nation.

All students must fill out a waiver to attend class. Waiver may be filled in advance HERE. 

*This workshop is open to ages 8+ 

*No experience necessary 

*"SLIP HAPPENS" DISCLAIMER: While we strive to ensure the safe handling and firing of all workshop creations, due to the inherent nature of ceramics, unexpected breakage or damage may occur during the firing process. We'll make every effort to preserve your pieces, but please be aware that some pieces might not survive the kiln. Your participation acknowledges this possibility, and we appreciate your understanding in this creative journey.

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

Refund Policy