Second Level Polymer Clay: Mixing Mediums

Take your polymer clay creations to the next level in this mixed media class! Students will learn how to build armature and skeletons, and accent pieces with alternative materials appropriately. Since this clay comes in so many colors and styles, students are only limited by their imaginations as to what types of projects they can complete.  Instructors will touch on a range techniques including caning, pearling, image transfer, Mica shift, and Skinner blend. Extra tools such as clay conditioning machines and various texturizing tools will be provided.

Day: Monday
Date: December 2 – February 3
Time: 4:30PM – 5:30PM
Age: Grades 2 – 6
Cost: $300

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