Calling all Clay Artists! | Jan 11-14 at the Eye of the Dog Art Center in San Marcos

Artist Stan Irvin, who will soon be opening
a studio in Rockport, will be the guest instructor
at this year's Texas Clay Continuum.

If you are a clay artist needing your clay fix while waiting for the Rockport Center for the Arts to begin its clay classes again, you may want to check out the 2018 Texas Clay Continuum. This four day intensive workshop will be Jan. 11-14 at the Eye of the Dog Art Center in San Marcos. Participants will rotate through four different topics and instructors with a combined 150 years of experience working in clay. The four topics and instructors are:
  • Variations on the Box with Billy Ray Mangham
  • Exploring Micaceous Glazes with Randy Brodnax
  • Birds & Small Animal Sculpture with Bridget Hauser
  • Pushing the Boundaries of the Wheel with guest artist Stan Irvin
This year, as an added incentive for participants wanting to take the workshop, an anonymous donor is offering 50% scholarships for two applicants wanting to attend. To apply for the scholarships, email a brief summary of your clay experience, whether you have attended the Clay Continuum previously, and what appeals to you about the upcoming workshop. E-mails should be sent to Bridget Hauser at Scholarship decisions will be made by Dec. 15.

For workshop costs or to register for the Continuum, go to the Eye of the Dog Art Center at The event is sponsored by Eye of the Dog Art Center, Tree Haus Studios and Armadillo Clay and Supplies.

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