Museum offering free pottery classes to those 55 and older

NEMiss.News Pottery classes at museum
Artist Gail Morton taught a new pottery technique to regional art teachers at the Arts Integration Workshop at the Museum Art House this past year.
January 25th, 2021     Culture & Entertainment


The Union County Heritage Museum is sponsoring a Journey Into Clay Pottery Class series that is free to those 55 and older.

The classes, made possible by a grant from Aroha Seeding Vitality Arts, are part of the museum’s lifelong learning program.

Artist Gail Morton will teach eight classes from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays beginning Feb. 17.

The class is limited to 10 persons and masks and social distancing will be practiced.

The classes will include basic hand building, slip transfer designs, use of clay tools, texturizing clay, glazing clay, making hollow sculptural forms and storytelling with clay.

Participants will build a vase, bowls and plates.

Students must attend all classes.

Spaces will be filled on a first-come first-served basis. Classes will be held at the Art House at 205 Faulkner Way (formerly Highland).

Register at 662-538-0014 or by emailing to

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