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TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA - The Cherokee Arts Center has a sculpture class available in Tahlequah for adults who are interested in learning how to make traditional clay pottery. The two session class takes place on Saturday, February 4 and Saturday, February 11 from 10 am to 2 pm.
Cherokee National Treasure Jane Osti will teach participants how to create unique pieces of art that are relevant to Cherokee culture. Using a variety of techniques, students will create two sculptures consisting of a solid mass and a hollow mass, finishing the forms with stamping, incising or plain burnished surfaces.
The class is open to the public with space is limited to six participants. The fee for both classes is $100 and $10 for clay. All other tools and materials are provided. Interested participants must pay a $25 deposit and register by Friday, February 2. For more information or to register contact Valerie Diffee at 918-453-572.
The sculpture class will take place at the Cherokee Arts Center on 212 S. Water Street.
posted January 19, 2011 6:00 am est
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