Brucemore is partnering with the Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio to bring a brand new ceramics workshop to the site, just in time for spooky season! In this workshop, participants will build their own unique witch’s hat using various hand-building techniques. Once the hat is the perfect size and shape, participants can add spook-tacular decorations to their creations with colored glazes and various textures.
This workshop is hosted in the Brucemore Carriage House. All instructions and materials are provided during the workshop. Following the workshop, the instructor will take the projects to the Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio for firing in their kiln. Brucemore will notify participants when their projects are ready for pick up from the Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio, approximately three weeks following the class date.
Please register by October 11 at 5:00 PM to reserve your spot.
Date: Sunday, October 15, 2023 Time: Workshops begin at 12:30 PM and 2:00 PM Admission: $35 per person (includes all materials and instructions).
This event is held in partnership with the Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION
Arrival and Parking: We ask that you arrive via our main entrance, 2160 Linden Dr. SE., Cedar Rapids, IA 52403. Follow signs towards the Carriage House, where there is on-site parking.
Check-in: Please check-in with Brucemore staff at the Carriage House
Bags: We will have a coat rack where you are able to leave items. It will not be monitored during the workshop. You may wish to consider leaving bags or other items in your vehicle.
Location: This workshop is held at the Brucemore Carriage House.
Capacity: This workshop is limited to 16 participants per workshop time. Additional class times may be offered as ticket sales progress.
Ticket Policies: All ticket sales are non-refundable. Please read our ticket policy here. Online and phone orders are subject to a $4 processing fee.
Explore: Visitors are encourage to explore Brucemore during the visit. Take a walk around the grounds, or check our events calendar to see what tours are available.
Preservation in Action: Watch for areas throughout your visit to see preservation in action! This is an important part of ensuring the site remains part of the community for future generations. If you would like to donate to support these efforts, click here.