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Weekly Hand-building class -9/27

September 27, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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New! Weekly clay hand building class!

Every Friday from 7-8:30pm you can explore clay handbuilding to create your own unique pieces. Our instructors will be here to help you create anything from mugs, plates bowls, sculptures, ash trays, whatever! You are free to build or sculpt anything you like with one-on-one instruction or on your own.

Benefits of working with clay

  • Creative outlet – There are both physical and mental benefits from expressing yourself by creating something. Art offers an outlet and a release from all of that. With pottery, you can produce something and express yourself in some way.
  • Increase optimistic outlook – Pottery enables for improvements in flow and spontaneity, provides an outlet for grief, and helps you with self-identification and self-expression, bolstering confidence and self-esteem.
  • Improve focus – Pottery allows you to escape the worries of life and shift your focus toward your creation. During the process, outside influences don’t affect your work so you dedicate your time to your creation. Being able to fully focus something helps the mind relax and expand, which will help you focus on other tasks in your daily life as well.
  • Exploring and experimentation – Pottery helps you to express your creativity, which is essential to expand who we are and how we connect to ourselves and our environment. It’s a good way for people of all ages to explore the things they can do. You may be more creative than you think, besides there’s no right or wrong way to participate in pottery.

$40 includes your own slab of wet clay, all the tools and supplies needed to build, carve, roll etc and also the firing of your unique piece! What a deal!


September 27, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Manic Ceramic
395 Graham Ave
Brooklyn, NY United States
(347) 763-1368


Manic Instructor