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Jan Term The Spirit of Clay Micaceous Pottery G20A142

Workshop ID: G20A142
Dates: January 2 - January 20
Price: $3,250.00 - $4,195.00

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The rich earth of this mysterious and sacred landscape is the starting point for this class–the brilliant geological formations, the earth’s clay, the yucca paintbrush. After thanking the earth and gathering the clay, in The Spirit of Clay Micaceous Pottery you will learn how to prepare it and coil it into pots, then fire your pots in ways traditional to the Pueblo potter. Join in the rare opportunity to experience the potter’s relationship to the earth, which is rooted in the respect and honoring, and carry the earth of northern New Mexico back to your homes as micaceous pots.


Package Price
All Inclusive, Single Occupancy: Shared Bath$3,670.00
All Inclusive, Double Occupancy: Private Bath$3,775.00
All Inclusive, Single Occupancy: Private Bath$4,195.00
All Inclusive, Double Occupancy: Communal Bath$3,250.00
Martha Romero

Martha Romero, Kwahtenbay (Rainbow), is from the Pueblo of Nambe. Her mother Rose Alice Garcia-Baca was a creative force in her life and she learned many art forms from her including; jewelry making, pottery making

Michael Bancroft

Michael Bancroft was born in Cortez, Colorado to Kenneth and Veronica Bancroft. Michael’s father was Ute Mountain Ute from Towaco, Colorado. His mother is Tewa from Ohkay Owingeh, (formerly San Juan Pueblo) New Mexico. Michael

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