Clay Jug Workshop - in person
Thursday, February 10 • 6-9PM
$55 + HST per person
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination and government-issued ID will be required for entry.
Make a decorative clay jug inspired by John Jacobi’s pottery in ‘The Many Shapes of Clay’ exhibit at the City of Waterloo Museum. During this beginner's clay workshop, you will learn how to roll out a slab of clay, shape it into a small jug, and decorated it with underglaze. We will be joined by Jennifer Huber from the City of Waterloo Museum who will share stories about the history of local pottery.
Capacity: We are limiting our registrations to 10 people for this in person workshop.
Please contact Shannon Quigley with any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is part of a series with the City of Waterloo Museum:
Mugs & Jugs: Join the City of Waterloo Museum and the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery for a two-part series of pottery workshops inspired by exhibits! Sign up for one or both. During each of these classes, we will make a piece of pottery while exploring collections and exhibits across both sites. Workshops will end with learning decorating techniques to make your piece the perfect match for your style.
Book onto the mug workshop here.
Get inspired by exhibits at the City of Waterloo Museum and the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery!
‘The Many Shapes of Clay’ on display at the City of Waterloo Museum until April 2022. Free admission.
‘Good Earth: The Pots & Passion of Walter Ostrom’ on display at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery until December 31, 2021. Free admission. Find out more.