Introduction to Wheel Throwing:
Mondays 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
(Or start a private class) – 435-649-8882
At the Kimball Art Center, you can join a beginner wheel throwing class and make your own pottery. “It’s only mud. It’s playing in the mud, which everyone has seemed to do as a kid. You sit down at this weird thing that spins round and round and you just play. Even if the clay falls apart on the wheel, you smash it, knead, wedge it and try again,” Kristen McDermaid, instructor of Introduction to Wheel Throwing at Kimball Art Center, says.

In the very first class, you’ll learn how to make a cylinder or cup. You might not make the perfect cylinder, but you’ll learn how the clay responds to your hands.

Introduction to Knitting (Knit Alongs):
Certain Saturdays 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.
(privates by appointment) 435-575-0999
Wasatch and Wool Yarns offers all levels of knitting classes from Beginner to Intermediate Brioche. Margaux Kelleher, owner of Wasatch and Wool, says “knitting is relaxing, therapeutic but most of all a lot of fun as you create something wonderful out of a long string of yarn”.

For the beginner learn to knit class, expect three to five other students. A wide selection of yarn in all sorts of colors and textures are available to purchase at the store. Margaux will help you pick out a project that will incorporate skills being taught that day. Following the class, students are always welcome at the store in case they need extra help.

Introduction to Pottery Painting:
Mon – Thurs 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Fri – Sat 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Sun 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Paint Fusion doesn’t offer a traditional class for pottery painting, but experts are present to assist you on your pottery painting journey. Gary Sharp, owner of Paint Fusion, says beginners can start with smaller pieces and work their way up to larger pieces. Sharp says he’ll never rush a customer and they can come back again and again to finish their piece.

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