Play with Clay

By Crimson file photo

Tomorrow night, the Office for the Arts is hosting a Clay All Night event for all of us looking to express our creative sides. Open to people with all (or no) levels of experience, this activity runs from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. and is completely free. Participants will have the opportunity to sculpt clay, learn to use a pottery wheel, and enjoy food and music. If you want to return later to glaze and fire your project, you can pay $20 or spend two hours after the event helping to clean up the studio.

"It's a ton of fun," said Heather V. Hawkes '13, who has attended the biannual Clay All Night event twice. "It is kind of a rare opportunity to play with, basically, mud."

A special shuttle will take clay enthusiasts from the Holyoke Center to the studio across the river every half hour, starting at 8:30 p.m.

Intrigued? Check out a video of last spring's event, and click here for more details.

Photo by The Harvard Crimson

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