(recording) Zoom 1 with Tom Coleman: Intro to Throwing Porcelain
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Intro to Throwing Porcelain is the first of Tom Coleman's Weekly Workshops in Porcelain. We recommend Workshop 1 for people who would like to know the basics for throwing porcelain. If you've tried porcelain (and it hasn't worked) this is a great class for you. Tom will teach you the Techniques Used in Throwing Porcelain and how it's a different approach than throwing stoneware. There's a lot of mis-information out there about Porcelain. In this intro class Tom Coleman will start you in the correct direction to throw porcelain on the potters' wheel.
Workshop 1 Syllabus:
1) Intro Lecture: Porcelain
2) Wedging Demonstration
4) Pulling: Hand Positioning
5) Trimming Porcelain
6) Attaching a Handle
Camera Angles: We have a total of 3 - 4 cameras on Tom. Everyone in Tom Coleman's Workshops will have a front row seat to see Tom's hands while he's working.
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Register here for Tom Coleman's Zoom Workshop 1: This registration places your email address onto our Zoom List. The night before our Zoom Session begins, Siri Kjos, will be sending you a Zoom Invitation coming from firstname.lastname@example.org After opening her email scroll down until you see where it's written to "Join Zoom Meeting." Click on the link shown there and follow the prompts. Siri will be admitting people into the workshop. (This might take a few minutes).
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Questions for Tom: You'll see a button at the bottom of your zoom screen that say's "Chat" You can text Tom a comment or question and Amy will read your question to Tom and he'll answer to the audience.
Workshop Camera Angles: We have a total of 3 - 4 cameras on Tom. Everyone in Tom Coleman's Workshops will have a front row seat to see Tom's hands while he's working.
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