Join us at Clay on Main as we celebrate summer with a pop-up market full of handmade items and so much more! Clay on Main will be filled with unique goods from local artisans and makers, and if you haven’t had enough amazing stuff, walk over to the nearby church lot to find yet more incredible vendors! Plus music, refreshments, and free food tastings. Don’t miss it!
Vendors wanted! Are you a maker with something cool to sell? Contacts us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor: Susan Munch
We will focus in on the finest patterns in plant structure, using detailed drawings and/or close-up photography. Participants will use magnifying glasses and microscopes to dive into layers of miniature detail, and Susan will help you depict them with pencil and paper, or using a camera. When you sign up for the workshop please indicate whether you are more interested in drawing or in photography. If primarily the latter, you will need to bring your own camera capable of taking close-up pictures. If you are combining the two methods you will be able to take a turn with the instructor’s camera.
$50 for each adult, $18 for school-aged children.
Clay on Main offers workshops about twice a month, exploring diverse topics. . Register at least one week prior to workshop to ensure enrollment. A full refund will be given for any cancelled workshops.
To register for this workshop, click HERE. Or register by calling the studio at 610-987-0273.
Create a unique and varied mini succulent garden. Succulents come in many shapes and sizes, and Sandy will help you craft a pleasing combination of varieties. She will also explain how best to care for them. This is a wonderful way to slow down and spend some time with nature. Treat yourself to this nurturing and peaceful gardening adventure!
Saturday 6/16/18, 10am to 12pm. $40 plus materials fee.
To register online, CLICK HERE. To register via phone, call the studio at 610-987-0273. Please register for workshops at least one week in advance, or call the studio to check availability if within one week of workshop.
Some of the most amazing, intricate, and awe-inspiring living things are right under our feet! Join naturalist Dr. Susan Munch, professor emeritus at Albright College, on a journey into the inner lives and communities of mosses and ferns in our area. This workshop is wonderful for nature lovers and for artists, with attention paid to the biology and the appearance of these quietly lovely plants.
Saturday 10/28/17 10am to 12
$40, materials fee $5
Want to register online now to reserve your place? CLICK HERE! Or you can register by calling the studio: 610-987-0273.