July 23 • 10am – 4pm
A full day of hands-on clay work at Joni Pevarnik’s beautiful studio in Williams, Arizona. Participants will have the opportunity to work on the potter’s wheel as well as hand-build. Demonstrations of both techniques will take place in the morning and hands-on work by participants will be done in the afternoon. All work that is made will be fired at the artist’s studio.
This workshop will give people an opportunity to see how a pottery studio works and let them have a hands-on chance to make their own work. Clay and kiln space are provided. Lunch will be provided. All ages welcome. Directions to the workshop will be provided upon registration.
About Joni Pevarnik
Joni Pevarnik graduated with a BFA in Ceramics from NAU in 1980, when she became a production potter with her husband. They have studios in Williams and Tucson. Most of Joni’s work is functional stoneware, using her own glazes. She loves the life of a potter as she is creating all the time.
$100 members/$105 non-members, includes materials
Registration will close on July 15 at 5pm.
This is part of our Summer Art Workshop series hosted by Art 35° North, a new collective encouraging collaboration, conversation, community and creativity among fine artists, art supporters, art collectors and the communities of Northern Arizona and the Colorado Plateau. Art 35° N will be presenting “A New Latitude,” an exhibition at the Coconino Center for the Arts, opening June 9 – August 8, 2016. This exhibition will serve as a preview for their Art Tours in Williams (June 18–19) and Flagstaff (June 25–26). Learn more about Art 35° North on their website >