Summertime Workshops

School is in session at Buckeye Ceramic Supply! Area art educators have a lot to look forward to this summer! Buckeye Ceramic Supply (BCS) will be offering a variety of fun, informative, and free professional development workshops. Take one, two, three . . . and keep up-to-date with all of the exciting ways you can bring ceramics alive in your classroom!

Each class goes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and all participants will be able to try new products and take home exciting projects! (Not to mention that teachers can earn CEUs from our workshops!) There are limited spaces - reserve your spot by using the registration link below - or call us at 614-876-1094 - or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We will be accepting sign ups until the day of each class.

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Jun
2017

06-26-2017 9:00 am -3:00 pm
Free for all K-12 Art Educators

raku firing process smRaku In this class you will learn about the alternative firing process called Raku.

You will learn how the kiln is built, what it does, different glaze techniques, as well as getting hands on experience.

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28
Jun
2017

06-28-2017 9:00 am -3:00 pm
Free for all K-12 Art Educators

wheel throwingThrowing In this class we will explore ways to teach throwing, troubleshooting, and a fun new throwing technique. You will get messy in this one!

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10
Jul
2017

07-10-2017 9:00 am -3:00 pm
Free for all K-12 Art Educators

glaze techniquesThis class will focus on low fire glazes: how they work, how to apply them using various tools, using glaze combinations, etc.

We will also explore fun new ways to create visual textures using glazes and additives.

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12
Jul
2017

07-12-2017 9:00 am -3:00 pm
Free for all K-12 Art Educators

clay sculptureWe'll demonstrate basic techniques used to create figurative clay and sculpture and show you how to use all sorts of hand-held sculpting tools.

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19
Jul
2017

07-19-2017 9:00 am -3:00 pm
Free for all K-12 Art Educators

stoneware glazeNo experience with cone 6 or stoneware needed - just bring a lot of curiosity.  

We discuss the difference between low-fire and mid-range clay bodies, firing methods and glazes - and of course we'll turn you loose to create and play!

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