Why take an Online Course with Jacquie?
Hi there! I'm Jacquie...
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Value Packed Experience
- 30+ years experience teaching Visual Arts
- 15+ years experience as a Ceramic Artist
- 3 years Teaching Online
- Detailed and Process oriented Instruction
- Progress over Perfection
- Step-by-step approach to get you to the next level
- Self-paced but with support and accountability
- Lifetime access on paid programming
What's your motivation?
Are you recently retired and looking for a new hobby?
Are you are a potter looking to add more skills to your repertoire?
Did you miss out on taking Visual Arts in high school and now seek knowledge?
Are you an creative person working in another medium and need a refreshing detour to expand your creative thinking?
Is your motivation for learning as unique as you are?
If you answered yes to any of the above then this next course could be perfect for you.
Hand Building Basics
This 8-week online program will give you the skills to harness hand building techniques and time-saving studio procedures to consistently find your groove with 12 step-by-step projects and procedures.
FALL SESSION RUNS October 4 - November 29, 2022
First LIVE Zoom Session - Tuesday, October 4th @ 7 pm EST.
First MODULE will be released - Wednesday, October 5th, 2022
Course Fee: $349 CAD
Participants should have kiln access to get the most out of this course.
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Want to see how online learning works?
Join the waitlist for my Pear Necessities 3-Day Challenge where you will learn about the essential elements of design of sculpture, and learn step-by-step how to make a ceramic pear from 2D and 3D references. You'll have free access to the student dashboard to test out this way of learning. Join the Waitlist HERE!
If you are just starting out check out this freebie for your PDF copy of my Ceramics Supplies List for Beginners & Beyond Beginners with hyperlinks and examples, subscribe to my email list HERE.
How to Operate a Manual Evenheat Kiln