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We are started out 2013 focusing on ceramics. Students will start working with plasticine clay on January 14th. By January 28th we will be in full-on production of earthenware (natural) clay. If your student has been at Glenwood for a year or more, you likely know that the clay will need to dry for at least a week before going into the clay-firing furnace known as a kiln. The clay is then brought up about 1200F and brought down to room temperature again. This process takes about 48 hours to complete. It is a lot of work for the students that demands a great deal of patience while they wait for their projects to come back. It may be as late as the end of February before you start to see their clay projects coming home. Come to the Art Room and see some of what we have been creating!
A quick reminder: on Art day it is best for your student not to wear their very latest, greatest, best, newest, or favorite-est outfit. This is always true, but especially while we do ceramics, please keep this in mind.
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