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Course Description

ALL LEVELS WELCOME. Karol Lindquist will introduce and demonstrate a variety of handbuilding techniques needed to create your own functional and/or sculptural ceramic works. Simple decorative techniques and glazing will also be explored. Experienced students will continue building their skills and developing ideas while exploring more challenging techniques. Bring your ideas and Karol will help you reach your goal!

Additional studio hours are available to adult students who are registered for a class to practice the skills you have learned.

For questions or assistance please contact Elizabeth Buccino, Director of Education

Cancellation Policy

AAN depends upon student tuition to continue to offer classes and workshops. Due to our commitment to small class sizes and the hands-on nature of art education, we are greatly impacted by cancellations. Nevertheless, we do understand that plans change. If you need to cancel your reservation for a class or workshop, please note our cancellation/refund policy here and let us know as soon as possible.


Materials included in tuition.

Wednesday PM Handbuilding: Mixed Level, 18+

Karol Lindquist

Born on Nantucket, Karol apprenticed with old time basketmaker Reggie Reed, the son of a lighthouse keeper at the Brant Point Lighthouse. Karol has received a Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, as well as twice been a State of Massachusetts nominee for the National Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. She has won national awards for her lightship baskets, and made presentations/demonstrations as far away as the Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle. Ceramics became a second passion for working with her hands in 2016, and she won AAN’s Liz Schaeffler Sculpture / 3D Award in 2017 for her ceramic work. She keeps a busy studio in Tom Nevers along with her husband, painter Bobby Frazier.
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