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“Make A Face Mug” with Maureen Joyce
June 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$50.00
Maureen Joyce’s face mugs make everyone smile and we could all use a smile right now!! So come work with Maureen for two hours and create your own! That’s right, create your own face mug!! Our Make-A-Face Mug class is a lot of fun and seats fill up fast. In this class, Maureen will provide a pre-thrown mug to each student, she will model and explain how she creates the character on the mug and then students will each get to model a character that is unique to them into their own mug. You also get to decide if you would like a handle or not. Maureen likes small classes so that she can walk around and work with each of you. If you are thinking you can’t do this… YES you can and you will have a blast! Maureen will then take the completed mugs with her to fire. Students can pick up their finished Face Mug approximately 3 weeks after the class. No experience required and no artistic ability necessary. Ages 13 (if accompanied by an adult) and up.
Tea service provided from the Teafinery and delicious complimentary homemade desserts by Renee Napoli are provided with ticket purchase. BYOB if you prefer.
**Brain Vessel and/or the instructing artist reserves the right to cancel the class if the minimum student requirement is not met by two days before the class date and for inclement weather. Refund or rain check for next class will be given.** In case of a mishap in any process, the artist and BrainVessel will work with the student to make it right.
Maureen Joyce is a ceramic artist native to Pittsburgh now residing in Carlisle PA . When living in the Asheville NC area she rekindled her love for clay and alternate firing practices. While the human face and figure are commonly used in her work she also makes functional ceramic wear. Recently Maureen has been motivated to develop work that speaks about social issues. She directs a creative program for Suicide Loss survivors and ArtsLive, a program for adults with disabilities. Joyce finds inspiration in nature and travel.