Prehistoric Pottery Workshop with Keith Grenoble at Flood Creek Farm in Southern Maryland

JMB alumnus Doug Dickens is hosting a Prehistoric Pottery Workshop with Keith Grenoble at Flood Creek Farm in Southern Maryland.

Keith Grenoble has been a product of the Back to the Land movement and developed close ties to Native communities from an early age. Keith started his journey by making stone tools represented in the rich archaeological record of Tidewater, Virginia and has been teaching earth skills since 1987. Over time, Keith has become skilled in a variety of earth skills. He is very passionate about making simulations of prehistoric cook pots, and enjoys working with people of all experience levels and interests. He can often be seen catching a knap here and there.

The three-Day Learning Event begins May 12, 2018 outside Leonardtown, MD in St. Mary’s County.

CLASS DESCRIPTION: Join Keith and discover the art of making prehistoric North American pottery. Learn to find and work with clay, techniques for making a vessel, and how to dry your vessel and fire it in an open kiln!

COST: $100 includes 3 days of instruction and all materials.

DATES:
May 12 & 13: 10AM-5PM Pottery- making Instruction with Keith Grenoble
May 19: shortly before sunset Pottery firing with Keith Grenoble
May 20: morning Come pick up your fired projects!

FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact: Kira Sekulow KSekulow@gmail.com or Doug Dickens dbdickens@yahoo.com

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