Tammeron: Bottles and Jars
The four workshops went well, however, the culmination event – the story-telling potluck – was not well attended. Enlisting persons to participate in the five course event was a chalange.
The workshops were taught by Anna Popova and myself. All participants worked with enthusiasim, asked interesting questions and developed competent and good work. All participants were enthusiasicly engaged given their differing abilities and health issues and none, according to our disscussions, worked in clay before.
The classes hand-building dinnerware pottery classes followed the organization and format developed in the proposal. The classes were systematic and cumulative. All classes had the same format: 1) Powerpoint step by step, illustrated instructions; 2) demonstraton, and 3) work-time 4) end of work; enjoining questions, discussion and departure. The first class inv