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Pop-Up Pottery Session 2


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Full course description

This 2 day session is in-person.

Includes clay, glaze, instruction, fun and firings! All experience levels welcome! 

Projects will be created on day 1. Before day 2 our instructor will fire the project in our on-campus kiln. Day 2 students will complete the glaze process. Instructions for picking up your project will be discussed at the workshop. 

Day 1: Monday, July 10th 5:30-8:30pm. 

Day 2: Monday, July 17th 5:30-8:30pm.

Located in the STEAM Factory ceramics studio room 105.


A full refund will be given to students/participants who officially drop the course by 5 pm at least 10 business days prior to the first class meeting, and a half refund thereafter. Business days do not include weekends or holidays. A student’s failure to attend does not constitute an official drop and no refunds will be granted. 

This course is taught by a local instructor! Check out his bio below…

Mark Dehetre began his relationship with clay when he was in High School. After graduating, I worked upholstering furniture and made fine wood and silk lined violin cases. Those jobs gave me plenty of opportunity to work with my hands making beautiful pieces of quality for people. I felt the attraction and call to pursue a life working in church ministry.  That life would be school, prayer and ministry for 20 years. I remember having a wheel and a kiln and doing my clay art in the basements of whichever facilities I found myself in at the time. I used clay in my ministry work. People loved it. While in church ministry, I started a work for children called Project CLAY (Community Love Activating Youth) which offered children involved in the court system a place and a people to mentor, teach and care for them. Life changed as it does. I left active ministry. Project CLAY ended after 18 years. I have been teaching ceramics with Jackson College for 3 years now. Ceramic art, gardening, property management and school teaching currently allows me to be free to make, live inspired and encourage others to do the same.

Sponsored by CCE