Can’t get your hands in clay today? No problem! You can use this time to start preparing your own templates and even design prototypes to plan out your work. Our Innovation Hub educator, Hannah May, will teach you how to design and print templates for hand-building or draw your own on paper. Then, you will learn techniques for decorating your clay creations, and discover other ways to use paper in your clay decoration process. Please see below the list of materials and tools needed for this project.
- Amaco Velvet Underglaze (any colors)
- Cup of water & paper towels for cleaning brushes
- Builders felt or tar paper- nice to have (or Cereal boxes and thin cardboard work great too)
- Computer & printer
- Small slip trailing squeeze bottles
About Hannah May
Hannah has worked at the Innovation Hub since 2016 and initiated its ceramics programming. She has taught ceramics in different non-profit organizations throughout Arkansas since 2010.
Hannah was a Donaghey Scholar at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art, Ceramics in 2012, receiving the Marcia M. Smith Award for best final project presentation.
She is a ceramic artist and was an Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellow in 2017 for her work in Contemporary Craft. She continues to make ceramic work in her home studio in Hensley, AR, known as Hunter and May Pottery.
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