Fabienne on thu 8 jan 98
if anyone else is interested in looking for classes, here is a summary of
the information I have received about classes in Chicago and burbs:
Check out your nearest community college, e.g. Harper College in Schaumburg
(Cook County) and look for Sam Rosby's class. Also College of Lake County
in Grayslake and College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn.
Jill Grau in Antioch 847-838-9949 (Used to teach at Harper College)
Kaledeiscope (Art School) in Barrington 847-381-4840
The Evanston Art Center in the Chicago area 847-475-5300
Ceramic classes and studios at every level from complete beginners to
professionals are available at Lill St. Studios, 1021 W. Lill Ave., Chicago.
That's about 3200 north.
Great Lakes Clay & Supply Co., Carpentersville. Often have classes in
McHenry County. Their website is http://www.greatclay.com and email is
firstname.lastname@example.org. 847-551-1070 They even have had interesting
people such as Robin Hopper & Robert Piepenburg.
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Clay4all on sat 10 jan 98
Fabienne - Add New Century Clayworks in Gurnee to your list of places to take
clay classes in the Chicago suburbs. Classes for children and adults,
workshops for scout troops and other youth groups. 1800 sq. feet of space
with 10 wheels.
Paula Jean Pederson
New Century Clayworks
83 Ambrogio Drive, Unit F
Gurnee, IL 60031
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Clayphil on sat 10 jan 98
>if anyone else is interested in looking for classes, here is a summary of
>the information I have received about classes in Chicago and burbs:
I also know of Artworks in Oak Park, IL and The Riverside Arts Center in