Walk In Art Center will host a workshop of a famous potter

The Walk In Art Center at Schuylkill Haven is delighted to welcome renowned potter Tim See on Saturday October 1st. Anyone interested in pottery or looking to get started will be fascinated to see See create amazing works on the potter’s wheel and learn a few of them. valuable techniques.

See has been “throwing clay” since the early 2000s and graduated in ceramics from Syracuse University. His work has been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC, Everson Museum in Syracuse, NY, Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY, Baltimore Clayworks in Maryland, and across the United States. Tim has been featured in magazines that celebrate his art form.

He has been teaching ceramics for many years, and the workshops in his home studio in Bridgeport, NY, attract professional and amateur potters from all over the country.

Social media has provided See with many platforms to communicate with over 50,000 potters nationally and internationally. Since 2007, he has produced over 1,000 pottery education videos which have been viewed almost 10 million times and have attracted over 100,000 subscribers and followers.

The full day workshop at WIAC, 220 Parkway will include a box lunch and opportunities to work alongside Tim as he demonstrates different techniques. The fee for the event is $60. Space is limited, so people should register early. See is expected to attract potters from across the Mid-Atlantic region, so those interested should be quick to come.

Workshop participants are also invited to an Artist Welcome Reception with Tim on Friday evening September 30th.

Visit walkinartcenter.org to register or visit the WIAC Facebook event page at facebook.com/walkinartcenter. The workshop and all Walk In Art Center events and activities are sponsored by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and Ameriprise Financial.

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Renowned potter Tim See will host a workshop on October 1 at the Walk In Art Center in Schuylkill Haven.