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Monday Morning Beginning Wheel

at Hand of Destiny Pottery Studio - Koreatown

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Koreatown, Downtown/Northeast
4328 Beverly Blvd
At N Kingsley Dr
Los Angeles, California 90004
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 16 and older
Average Class Size: 4

What you'll learn in this pottery class:

This class will focus on teaching you the fundamentals of clay properties and techniques used in wheel throwing. You will be guided through the basic processes of wedging clay. Attaching and centering clay on wheel head and finish class with making a bowl, cup or other containing vessel! 

All materials are provided. Wear comfortable clothes you don't mind getting dirty. Flat comfy shoes are suggested. If you have long hair, tie or pin back. 

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Monday Morning Beginning Wheel
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School: Hand of Destiny Pottery Studio

Hand of Destiny Pottery Studio


HAND OF DESTINY  Is a  private Ceramic Studio in Los Angeles.Where you can explore the possibilities of working with clay. Take some time & get in touch with your creative side.The zen-like atmosphere is the perfect get away from the hustle of every day city life. Guests in the studio...

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