Clarksville, TN – The Community School of the Arts recently hosted a week-long ceramics workshop for 11 Clarksville Academy students.
Christine Lindsey of Clarksville Academy and her students worked with Austin Peay State University, professor Wansoo Kim.
“It has been an absolute pleasure working with Christine Lindsey and with Clarksville Academy,” said Community School of the Arts (CSA) Coordinator Dawn Martin Dickins. “The students worked very hard and created amazing work.”
They worked daily from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Jan. 3-7 during Academy Winterim, a special learning session at Clarksville Academy.
“On the first day, they learned to throw on a potter’s wheel,” according to Winterim’s webpage about a week. “Students made cups, bowls and mushrooms for the fairy gardens.”
The students who worked with Kim were:
- Gabrielle Alderete
- Amarah Hill
- Clara Lindsey
- Emily McCowan
- Daniella McWhorter
- Ethan Muller
- Hailey Ray
- Ellie Ross
- Beckham Sonnabend
- Emilie Woodall
- Ben Zawislak
School representatives interested in working with CSA on similar arts-focused workshops can call Dickins at 931.221.7034 or email him at [email protected]
Learn more about APSU Community School of the Arts
APSU Community School of the Arts offers a variety of art classes for children and adults, from beginner to advanced, in dance, acting, music, creative writing, and the arts. visuals.
Registration is open for spring classes now. Visit the classrooms and workshops webpage save. The deadline for registration is March 18.
For more information, call 931.221.7034 or email [email protected]