Tim See as seen at Clay Con West is coming to Las Vegas April 6th & 7th
Tim will be at Basic High School ceramics studio in Henderson NV on the 6th & 7th of April 2019 for a two day demonstration/workshop. Tim will be showing tea pot design and other throwing techniques and constructions.
There will be a meet and greet on Friday April 5,
“Art in the Dark” that everyone is invited to attend
6 :30 PM at Basic High School ceramics studio
I am a ceramic artist born in Syracuse, New York in 1979. I have lived in the Greater Syracuse area, commonly known as Central New York, all of my life. I began working in clay while an art student at Onondaga Community College and completed my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics with Honors at Syracuse University in 2004.
tim See —april 6th & 7th
Cost will be $100 for members in good standing and $150 for non members.
This two day workshop/demonstration will be held at Basic High School in Henderson NV. Click on the box below
Celebrating Life 2019 is coming up!
City of Las Vegas’ Annual Art Contest
For residents over 50 years old
Dates have not been set for this.
Congratulations to Our Members!
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