This class is for anyone who would like to learn methods for working with clay at home without a potter’s wheel. We will use tools that students can make themselves. Students will choose their own projects such as making vases, cups, boxes, or a sculpture of an animal. No experience necessary!
This is a three-day class during the July session of Ozark Folk School. Registration fee due when signing up is $43. Class fee $150 and is due directly to the instructor at the beginning of class. Materials $10. The registration deadline is two weeks before the beginning of class. Total class fee is $203.
NOTE: Classes may be canceled at any time due to Covid-19. Please, call (870) 269-3854 prior to traveling to confirm your class. A full refund will be issued if your workshop is canceled.Lodging is available in the park at The Cabins at Dry Creek, our newly remodeled duplex-style hotel rooms. There is a Folk School discount for students booking more than 3 days. Call the Cabins office at 800-264-3655 to book with the discount. To book rooms for less than three days, click here.
Meet your instructor: Judi Munn
"As a teacher, I hope to get students excited about working with clay and teach them skills needed to make their own creations. I have had the opportunity to learn from some great teachers, I want to pass on what I have learned."
Judi’s work is in the collections of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Senator Dale Bumper’s wife. An article written by Judi was published in January of 2002 in Ceramics Monthly Magazine. It was called “Pure Whimsy” and focused on her slip decorated animal pottery. One of her pitchers is included in the book 500 Pitchers.