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Evan Hobart

Evan Hobart

Evan Hobart

Evan Hobart

Evan Hobart

Evan Hobart

 

Instructor: Evan Hobart
WOOD FIRE WORKSHOP
November 11–16, 2019 (Monday–Saturday, 9:30am–4:30pm)
F19C207
All levels

 

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CLASS DESCRIPTION
Come participate in a wood firing with wood fire artist and kiln builder Evan Hobart. The E&M Express is a bury box train kiln that was built by Evan Hobart and Mitch Iburg in the summer of 2016. Its unique design allows for easy loading of wares and quick and efficient firing. This will give great results in less time then larger anagama kilns and it’s a learning tool for both beginner and well seasoned wood fire artists. In this class Evan will start with a discussion on glazing and lading techniques and have examples of various finished wood fire pieces. The kiln will be loaded on the first day and started in the evening. Participants will be expected to take on a wood shift for stoking the kiln. This is a great time to learn about how the kiln fires, what wood works well and what techniques are used to fire the kiln and produce various results on the wares inside. This will also be when participants are schooled on how to operate the kiln. The kiln will be fired by Evan and the participants for three days with one day for cool down and the last day for unload and a discussion on the results and how to clean up the wares.

 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
EVAN HOBART was introduced to clay as a young child in 1993, when he participated in a ceramics after school art program in the San Geronimo Valley in West Marin, California. Hobart received his Bachelor of Arts from Humboldt State University in 2004 and completed his graduate degree at San Jose State University in 2011. He is currently the Instructor of Ceramics at Mendocino Community College in Fort Bragg, CA. From 2011-2019 Hobart has been an Artist in Residence at Medalta in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, College of Marin as well as the Ceramics program director at the Mendocino Art Center in Mendocino, CA. He started his wood-fire career in the Mendocino area in 2013 and has continued to develop his ceramic work around wood firing. Hobart’s work is exhibited in the United States and Canada, and is represented in many private collections throughout the United States.


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TUITION & FEES (includes a $20 materials fee)
Current MAC Members: $288
Non-members: $320 plus a $45 non-member registration fee

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REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS
Cancellations must be made in writing, either by mail or email. If you notify us at least 21 days prior to the first class meeting, you will receive a refund of tuition less a $45 cancellation fee. No refunds will be made after that date for any reason due to our contractual obligations and material acquisitions. If the Art Center is compelled to cancel a class you will receive a full tuition refund. Memberships are non-refundable as they are considered a donation to the Art Center.


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