Ceramic Techniques Spring 23 /Wed


This class meets once a week for 10 weeks. 

Darren Corona is a teaching ceramic artist living on Staten Island. Darren has been working with clay his entire life but he really began focusing on clay as a serious medium in college. Darren uses multiple techniques when creating pottery.  Using traditional hand gilding techniques, along with using non-traditional firing techniques, such as, Raku and Pit firing, Darren blurs the line between functional and decorative pottery.

You can see more of Darren’s work on Facebook & Instagram.

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Ceramic Techniques
Darren Corona
482.21.2 | Wed 6:30-9:30 PM | Room E
Begins  April 5| $363 |  10 Weeks

When leading classes Darren feels that clay is a terrific medium for teaching because it’s a forgiving medium. A piece can be reworked multiple times until the artist is happy with the results. A beginner and a skilled artist can both come away with a feeling of satisfaction when working with clay. This class is hand-building based. Work will be handmade, glazed, and fired in the kiln.

This class meets once a week for 10 weeks.

Materials: You will need one block of firing clay. You can purchase at Art Lab on the first day for $24.46

A $20 registration fee will be applied to the total. 

Additional information


Linda Butti


Art Lab Room E