Can you combine the hands-on and the Potter’s Wheel Demonstration programs in one day?

I prefer not to. The set-up for each program is very different, as is the focus. However it has been done. var hupso_services_c=new Array(“twitter”,”facebook_like”,”facebook_send”,”google”,”pinterest”,”linkedin”);var hupso_twitter_via = “DayInClay”;var hupso_counters_lang = “en_US”;var hupso_image_folder_url = “”;var hupso_twitter_via=”DayInClay”;var hupso_url_c=”https://day-in-clay.com/sp_faq/can-you-combine-the-hands-on-and-the-potters-wheel-demonstration-programs-in-one-day/”;var hupso_title_c=”Can you combine the hands-on

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Do you write the grants?

I have received many grants and usually it is the Principal, or art coordinator’s responsibility to actually write it. I will supply you with necessary supplemental material and program content. I have previous grants that can be used as a

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How long are staff development workshops?

A minimum of 3 hours to a full day. It depends on the focus and needs of the teachers. I.e. hands -on, lecture slides, technical, demonstrations and needs of the staff. I will send you a syllabus. var hupso_services_c=new Array(“twitter”,”facebook_like”,”facebook_send”,”google”,”pinterest”,”linkedin”);var

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How do you figure out the cost?

The cost is contingent on the amount of students and how many classes you have in a grade. Materials and outside firings are additional. I offer some creative funding/grant options as well. Call to discuss. var hupso_services_c=new Array(“twitter”,”facebook_like”,”facebook_send”,”google”,”pinterest”,”linkedin”);var hupso_twitter_via =

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What preparation or requirements do you need?

I like to create a working artist’s studio environment in the classroom.  I bring samples of actual finished work, posters, and visuals. Students love them. I work on a very large scale on and off the potter’s wheel, making it

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How much space do you need?

Other than large assemblies I can usually teach in the art room or multipurpose space. var hupso_services_c=new Array(“twitter”,”facebook_like”,”facebook_send”,”google”,”pinterest”,”linkedin”);var hupso_twitter_via = “DayInClay”;var hupso_counters_lang = “en_US”;var hupso_image_folder_url = “”;var hupso_twitter_via=”DayInClay”;var hupso_url_c=”https://day-in-clay.com/sp_faq/how-much-space-do-you-need/”;var hupso_title_c=”How much space do you need?”;

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Do you supply all the materials?

Yes, I generally do and prefer it that way. Sometimes a school offers their clay and I arrive only to find out that the clay they have is old and dried out and totally unworkable. The clay that I provide

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Do all the days have to be scheduled consecutively?

No. I can leave my equipment over night and set up very easily in the following days. var hupso_services_c=new Array(“twitter”,”facebook_like”,”facebook_send”,”google”,”pinterest”,”linkedin”);var hupso_twitter_via = “DayInClay”;var hupso_counters_lang = “en_US”;var hupso_image_folder_url = “”;var hupso_twitter_via=”DayInClay”;var hupso_url_c=”https://day-in-clay.com/sp_faq/do-all-the-days-have-to-be-scheduled-consecutively/”;var hupso_title_c=”Do all the days have to be scheduled consecutively?”;

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If we don’t have a kiln can we do hands on program?

Yes, we use air dried, non-toxic, paintable clay that dries to a reasonably hard surface. The pieces, however, are not utilitarian/functional. However, it allows the student a taste of working in real clay without the time, process, and expense of

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You can do a maximum of five 45- minute sessions a day. What if we have 6 classes?

If you can combine two classes and manage the extra group without going into a second day, it will only add a minimal additional cost and make the program more cost effective as well. This option is dependent on space

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