Mentorship Program with Amy Kline
Mentorship with Amy Kline It's recommended for you to be able to throw and center a 2 lb. amount of clay to benefit from this program. This is a 1 hour lesson that usually runs overtime. (At no extra charge). This program is geared toward your on-going development as a Ceramic Artist. Sometimes what happens is you learn from a lot of different people and it helps to have one person to work with you, directly, to bring the information into your own work and choose a direction. Amy's mentors include Val Cushing and Tom Coleman. She graduated from Alfred University and has an MFA in Sculpture.
Email Amy with your interest in the Mentorship Program. Amy@KlineGlazeService.com. Include images of your work and some of your background in clay. Amy likes to have a one hour (free) introduction Zoom with you so the two of you can talk about your work and see if this is a good fit for you. See her schedule below and send her 3 options to meet with you. She'll confirm the meeting and send you a zoom invite. Include your time zone (lol).
If you decide to work with Amy then you would register with this link. Follow the directions below.
1) Send an email to Amy with 3 optional dates and times during the week you're available. Include your Time Zone in the email. Amy will check her calendar and send you an email confirmation. Her available days are below.
2) Let Amy know what you would like to focus on, and what you like help to improve on.
3) Be ready for your lesson. Also, it's good to plug in your device so your battery doesn't run low during our lesson.
4) Amy will send you an Invitation Link for your Zoom Lesson the evening before your Zoom.
Email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org
How Amy's Zoom Lessons Work: Have access to a wheel and set up with your Zoom device in a place so I can see you and your hands while you're working.
Time's Amy's available to Zoom with you:
Amy will email you a confirmation for your Zoom Lesson. This email will include any extra information regarding your lesson. See you on Zoom!