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Lifespan Classes

Lifespan classes are designed to provide enriching experiences and a community for individuals with an interest in the visual arts. It is a community course taught by USU MFA students in ceramics and painting. No grades, just fun! These courses are offered throuhout the year with new sessions beginning each Fall, Spring & Summer. Courses are for adults who may or may not be enrolled at Utah State University and each class is geared towards the needs of the students in the class. Every ability is welcome! Students come from a variety of background experiences from beginner to advanced.

Ceramics Lifespan

Lifespan is designed to provide enriching experiences for individuals interested in learning about clay. The class may cover wheel throwing and/or handbuilding techniques depending on the interests of students enrolled. Because the USU ceramics studio is a year round educational facility, we cannot accommodate individuals seeking to use the studio as a primary facility for creating production ware for resale.

Fall Session Sept 12 - November 14, Thursdays from 6-9pm

Ayla Murray

Instructor: Ayla Murray

Ayla Murray is a second year MFA student in the ceramics emphasis area. She employs wheel-throwing and hand building techniques in combination to create both sculptural and functional ceramics.

Contact

Email: kristinaylamurray@gmail.com

Office: Ceramics Studio (FAV 121)

Phone: 435-881-1212

Pay for the Ceramics Course

You can pay for the course on-line via PayPal. You do not have to have a PayPal account to use the PayPal on-line payment option. You will be given the option to pay with a credit or debit card at check-out.

Pay for the Ceramics Course

The $200 course fee includes:

  • 10 sessions of instruction
  • One 25 lb. bag of clay (additional bags $10)
  • Use of studio glazes
  • Firing of finished works
  • Early morning, evening and weekend access to the studio for the duration of the course.

You will need:

  • A beginners tool kit (available for purchase at the USU bookstore)
  • A 1-gallon bucket
  • A towel
  • A clean-up sponge