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Music of the Earth: Clay Instruments

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Description

In this class we will explore the traditions of clay instruments. All over the world folks have made instruments forged in kiln fire. We will look at and discuss ocarinas, drums, chimes and more. With simple hand building techniques you will learn to make interactive pieces that are capable of creating music. This is a beginner friendly class you could explore for a lifetime.

This six-week course meets from 6 to 8pm on Thursdays, June 21st through August 2nd with one week off on July 5th.


Cost: $115

The cost of this class includes two hours of studio time per week for six weeks with access to all the materials and tools you will need, plus in-depth instruction.

You can pre-pay for this class by clicking 'purchase' below and then filling out the required information in the popup window. 

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Pay-At-The-Door Registration

If you would rather pay at the time of the class, just fill out the form below and click ‘submit’. You can then pay via cash, check, or credit/debit card any time before class begins.

Teacher Registration

Teachers working for a school in the Regional Office of Education, District #40 can register with the ROE and they will cover your class fees and award you Continuing Professional Development Units (CPDUs) for taking this class. After filling out our registration using the form below, you will need to also register with ROE by following this link to their calendar of events and finding this workshop on their schedule.
Registration with ROE must be confirmed before beginning this workshop.


Earlier Event: June 19
Bookbinding In the Classroom
Later Event: June 26
Tiny Humans' Jewelry Making