POLYMER CLAY WORKSHOPS at the
KENTUCKY MUSEUM OF ARTS + DESIGN
In conjunction with their upcoming exhibition,
"An Exploration of Polymer Clay",
KMA+D has organized workshops that will provide a wonderful introduction
to polymer clay for the beginner as well as some new ideas and techniques
for the more experienced clayer.
"Something Different with Polymer Clay"
with James Lehman
March 6, 2004
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Join artist James Lehman as he guides you through the various processes
related to his unique approach to polymer clay. Participants will create a
vessel form and some solid spheres that will be extremely colorful and a bit
larger than the typical polymer clay piece - expect to use a lot of clay and
employ a lot of color! James will also instruct on wet sanding and finishing
techniques so your creation will have a glass-like appearance and rich luster.
For more information on Jamesí work, visit his website at www.akrobiz.com/pc/
The class is five hours for $30, limited to 20 people, paid in advance,
non-refundable, unless the workshop is cancelled. If you pay for the class and
are unable to attendand and you give notice 10 days or more before the workshop,
KMA+D will issued you coupon for another workshop. If you cancel less than 10 days
prior, you forfeit your registration fee. For more information or to reserve your
place in the class today contact Shayne Hull at the museum.
Director of Education
Kentucky Museum of Arts + Design
715 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 589-0155, ext. 209