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See a Functional Pottery Presentation this Friday

Tea bowl by Linda Christianson
Tea bowl by Linda Christianson

Even if you can’t make it to visiting instructor Linda Christianson’s Functional Pottery workshop this weekend, you can still come to the slideshow and potluck happening Friday evening — tomorrow! For a $5 donation, anyone can join the first night of the workshop, where Linda will kick things off with a slideshow presentation of her work. Linda has been creating, exhibiting, and teaching ceramic art for decades, and currently lives and works in Minnesota. You can visit her website here.

The slideshow and potluck starts at 7:00 pm this Friday, January 4, in the Madison Annex at 305 Madison Street. People attending the slideshow may bring any dish they like. The $190 workshop continues on Saturday and Sunday with demonstrations, discussions, and hands-on practice and feedback. You can register for the full workshop here, or join us Friday only with a $5 donation.

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