Ceramic Social - Make Your Own 420 Accessories
Experience hosted by Elizabeth Orleans
Thursday, August 5, 2021, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT
Up to 12 people, minimum 4. Intermediate+ (canna-enthusiasts and above)
What to bring: Your Instagram/Pinterest inspo for your ashtray
$75 / person
What You Will Do
Looking for a fun date night idea or a new activity to catch up with old friends over? Or maybe you have been eyeing those pricey House Plant ashtrays (we love you Seth!) and want something unique for your joints? Join us for an intro ceramic class where you will learn to hand build your own ashtray out of clay. Come make art, enjoy Elizabeth’s work in her private studio, and socialize with other canna-enthusiasts!
The class is designed for beginners with no prior experience. You will learn basic hand-building ceramic skills:
Slabs, pinch pots, and coils. Your ashtrays will stay at the studio after class to dry and get bisque fired, glazed, and glaze fired. The finished product will be available for pickup 3 weeks after the class date. Upon order confirmation, you will receive details on date/time windows for pickup.
To bring out your inner artist, we recommend Terpenes such as Limonene, Pinene, B-Caryophyllene to help boost your mood and release creativity. "Blaze one, glaze one" as we call it!
All materials, tools, and firings are included
Cann Social Tonics
Soda, water, and delicious munchy snacks
A social tonic microdosed with cannabis that gives you a light and uplifted buzz, but has no hangover, fewer empty calories, all-natural ingredients, and no regrets!
What to Bring
Ideas or inspirations for how you want your ashtray to look like. Or just wait and see what your inner artist will come up with the day of.
Meet Your munchy Host, Elizabeth
Elizabeth N. Orleans was born in Philadelphia, PA. She earned a Master of Fine Arts degree at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, CA and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA.
Moving to Venice Beach, CA, along side the tradition of Southern California ceramic artists Ken Price and Peter Voulkos, Elizabeth continues to pursue innovation in her chosen medium. Her collisions of geometric and organic forms, often referencing growth, the human body, and abstracted life forms, have drawn comparisons to the work of artists Yayoi Kusama and Louise Bourgeois. Elizabeth also furthers her interest in altering pre-existing spaces by creating architectural interventions that penetrate boundaries and explore movement, change, and the infinite possibility of time. Elizabeth Orleans has been a chosen artist for the Venice Art Walk and Auction benefiting the Venice Family Clinic since 2009.
Ceramic Sculptor and Installation Artist, Elizabeth is excited to share her studio and creative process and bring out the inner artists in the canna-enthusiasts!
Where We Will Meet
Exact location will be shared upon ticket purchase confirmation.