Pottery classes planned at Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

WASHBURN – Artist Kalyn Dewitt will host a four-session pottery class at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center. The class will run every Saturday beginning Nov. 11 through Dec. 2, from 1-5 p.m. each day.

The course will cover an introduction to clay, building on construction skills, pottery refining and finalizing the pieces. Dewitt will also discuss the history and science behind pottery to give more context to the art.

“I am looking forward to sharing my love of clay with the community and giving people a place to have an enjoyable new experience with art,” said Dewitt.

To register for the class, visit or call the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center. There are only 10 spots available for the class; to secure a place those interested must pay for the class in full at the time of sign-up. The fee for the four-week course is $120, which is non-refundable. The fee includes the classes, 25 pounds of clay and pottery firing. At the end of the classes, a participant will be able to take their completed items home.

Any age is welcome to participate, however any student under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Registration closes Nov. 7. For more

information contact

Dana Morrison

at 462-8535 or

dmmorrison@nd.gov.

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