I have not posted in awhile but wanted to send a catchup to anyone reading these! Desert Dragon is heating up for our summer season, doing more raku firings and basking in the afterglow of some beautiful woodfire results.
We have dates for our summer camp sessions and will be posting more details and information on signing up very soon! I would be interested in knowing if there is any interest in us offering a music camp alongside our pottery camp here as music is a big common interest we share!
We have welcomed several new members to the studio lately, always a joy and a privilege to have new energy and passion to feed off of and share with.
Please call or email if you are interested in signing up for classes, you can pay when you arrive and rescheduling is always aok! We love what we do, and sharing it with you all, come on by and take part in the fun!
We are hosting a Day of the Dead Art Class – a cultural celebration of life and death. Learn how to draw traditional Mexican folk art on pottery, led by American-Mexican artist Jason Gonzalez on Sunday October 29th 1pm at Desert Dragon Pottery.
All materials and supplies included.
Suitable for all ages.
This is a 2 hour art class. The art teacher will teach you some basic fundamentals about Mexican folk art and how to transfer this onto greenware pottery. Take home a plate, mug or two coasters bearing your art work. We will fire the pieces of pottery in the kiln and your pieces of art work will be ready for collection a week later.
Event Address: Desert Dragon Pottery. 25037 N. 17th Ave. Phoenix AZ 85085 USA
If you have any questions please call 480 787 6729 Event organized by www.filmethnographer.com
This is a one-off class for Day of the Dead fans. Book your class today. Limited spaces in class available. Book now to secure your place in class.