October 18, 2022
- November 29, 2022
– 8:30 pm
17 and up
Kish Pottery Center
Take a break from your busy week and come have fun exploring the relaxing process of hand-building with clay. Projects will focus on functional pieces that you can use in your home such as a vase, soap dish, planter, and bowl. Beginner and experienced students welcome! Come join the fun!
Class space is limited.
There will be no class held on November 22nd.
Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.
Heather Stevens is an artist that loves utilizing creative objects in her work. She loves focusing on textures and combining art skills in unique ways. Teaching Ceramics brings her great joy; she loves that it provides students of all experience levels the opportunity to make impressive pieces.
When Heather isn’t staying up too late obsessing about her own art projects, she can be found working with her own Photography Company, exploring the beautiful outdoors with her family, or having fun with her children.
She has taught at Jan Dempsey Community Art Center, Jules Collins Smith Museum, and in various school systems. She loves working at, and managing, the Kish Center for Pottery and Ceramics!