The focus of this course is creativity and exploring the endless possibilities of clay. Each student has a chance to learn the basic methods of hand building—coiling, pinching, building with slabs and sculpting. Projects will vary each session. Artwork will be kiln fired and glazed.
Mondays 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Member Price: $85.00 / Non-Member Price: $99.00
Family: Enroll more than one student on a single registration and get 10% off.
Multi-course: Enroll in more than one course on a single registration and get 10% off.
Members get 15% off, in addition to the above mentioned discounts. Membership can be purchased during the registration process.
Meet the Instructor:
Rebecca Hubbs is a graduate of Northern Illinois University with a degree in Art Education. She earned her Masters Degree from Aurora University and her administrative certificate from Aurora University. Mrs. Hubbs’ career as an art teacher began in District 303 in 1991 teaching art at the elementary level. After twenty-two years at the elementary level, Mrs. Hubbs moved to Wredling Middle school where she currently teaches Visual Art. Mrs. Hubbs is an active member of the Illinois Art Education Association (IAEA) serving on the Board of Directors. She was recognized by the IAEA in 2007 and received the Illinois Elementary Art Educator of the Year award. In 2008 she received the Elementary Art Educator Award from the Illinois Alliance for Arts Education. She enjoys working with all types of media but leans toward sculpture, fiber arts, mixed media, and clay.