Youth Ceramics ( )

ICA North

Monday, January 24
3:30 pm–5:30 pm

$290 – $300

Youth Ceramics

Students will learn the basics of clay, both with hand-building and wheel throwing.  They will explore the basics of clay as a creative medium, they will also learn to make coil pots, slip and score, learn how to glaze and understand what happens during a kiln firing. Materials Included.

Teaching Artist
Amber Hamblin-Peterson

Ages
8–10

Day of the Week
Monday

Dates for Spring Session I
January 24th, 31st, February 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th

Class on Presidents day

Price
Member $300
Family membership and above $290


COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR IN-PERSON CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

ICA San Diego has implemented the following procedures in order to ensure optimal safety:

• Health screening and contactless temperature taking of all staff entering the Education Pavilion.

• Classes are limited to 15 students or less.

• Parents will not be permitted to stay once a student has been checked-in.

• Cloth face coverings must be worn by staff and by students at all times.

• Physical distancing of 3 feet from other children, avoiding congregating in groups.

• Hand-washing and/or sanitizing with 60% alcohol solution often and frequently.

• All parents and students required to stay home if feeling sick.

• Cleaning of common surfaces in shared environments often and frequently.

• Students will have individual bins with supplies and tables for the entire session.

• No sharing of food or materials.

• Students will not be permitted to use drinking fountains.

• Students will be allowed to bring individual snacks and a bottle of water.

• Students will be seated outside under a tent with individual tables, hats and sunscreen is recommended.

ICA San Diego  has implemented the following procedures in order to ensure optimal safety:

• ICA San Diego staff will be cleaning and sanitizing routinely before and after classes end.

• The Buildings and Grounds Team will be cleaning and disinfecting the door handles, bathrooms and high-traffic areas throughout the day.

• High-touch points and common areas will be labeled and disinfected multiple times throughout the day by the ICA staff.

Adhering to the following guidelines for schools and child care facilities:

• State of California Department of Public Health

U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)