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Japanese tea bowl making

  • Sixth-graders at the Henniker Community School began their Artist in Residency program and study of Japan working with potter Shana Brautigam of Rooted in Clay in Rindge. Chloe Ashotz fashions a tea bowl out of clay with assistance from Brautigam.

    Sixth-graders at the Henniker Community School began their Artist in Residency program and study of Japan working with potter Shana Brautigam of Rooted in Clay in Rindge. Chloe Ashotz fashions a tea bowl out of clay with assistance from Brautigam.

  • Sixth-graders at the Henniker Community School began their Artist in Residency program and study of Japan working with potter Shana Brautigam of Rooted in Clay in Rindge. Marcus McFall works on his tea bowl. Later in this first part of the residency, students will use these tea bowls as they taste authentic Japanese green tea and observe a Japanese Tea Ceremony.

    Sixth-graders at the Henniker Community School began their Artist in Residency program and study of Japan working with potter Shana Brautigam of Rooted in Clay in Rindge. Marcus McFall works on his tea bowl. Later in this first part of the residency, students will use these tea bowls as they taste authentic Japanese green tea and observe a Japanese Tea Ceremony.

  • Sixth-graders at the Henniker Community School began their Artist in Residency program and study of Japan working with potter Shana Brautigam of Rooted in Clay in Rindge. Chloe Ashotz fashions a tea bowl out of clay with assistance from Brautigam.
  • Sixth-graders at the Henniker Community School began their Artist in Residency program and study of Japan working with potter Shana Brautigam of Rooted in Clay in Rindge. Marcus McFall works on his tea bowl. Later in this first part of the residency, students will use these tea bowls as they taste authentic Japanese green tea and observe a Japanese Tea Ceremony.
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