Ever wanted to try ceramics but don’t have access to clay and a kiln? Don’t worry! In this tutorial, our Innovation Hub educator, Cass Christ, will teach you how to make your own air-dry clay trinket dish at home using air-dry clay! Please see below the list of materials and tools needed for this project.
- Air dry clay
- Mod podge
- Paint brushes
- Rolling pin
- Fettling knife
- Needle tool
About Cass Christ
Cass Christ is an associate STEAM Educator at the Hub. Cass was a Donaghey Scholar and graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2021 with a BA in Art History. They studied abroad in Berlin in 2018 and participated in several art history writing conferences and art shows during their time at UA Little Rock.
In their current role at the Innovation Hub, Cass teaches hands-on STEAM activities to students of all ages. They travel with the Innovation Hub’s Mobile Makerspace (the Innovation Hub on wheels) across the state of Arkansas to reach areas that do not have access to STEAM education. They have experience working with several different types of mediums and enjoy giving back to their community.
Cass lives in their hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas, and enjoys working in their home ceramics studio and being a parent to their dog, Bisky, and cat, Tux.
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