Creating Ceramic Finger Labyrinths
Wednesday, June 6, 6:30-9:00pm
Back by popular demand!
This is an opportunity to play in the clay and create your very own ceramic finger labyrinth made specifically to fit your fingers! All patterns, clay, tools and instruction are provided. No experience needed; simply bring a creative spirit and wear clothes that can get muddy. The labyrinth will be formed the night of the class and arrangements will be made with the instructor for firing and glazing. Create a beautiful handmade meditation piece for yourself or as a gift. Limited to 20 participants.
Lisa Gidlow Moriarty is an artist, spiritual director and certified labyrinth facilitator. She is the President of the International Labyrinth Society, owner of Paths of Peace in Stillwater, Minnesota, and has made over 100 labyrinths, many in the Twin Cities area. Lisa provides workshops, tours and presentations on the history and use of labyrinths in a variety of settings.
Jean Nelson, CSJ, is a local potter-in-residence at
Carondelet Center and former art instructor
at St. Catherine University.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 6, 6:30-9:00pm
COST: $50 (includes instruction, patterns, clay, use of tools, kiln firing, and glaze)
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED (we've reached capacity for this class)