Play with Clay, March 2013

Play with Clay at the Gardiner Museum



What and Where: Pottery Lesson and Tour at The Gardiner Museum
Time and date: 6 – 8 pm, March 22nd, 2013 (Meet at 5:15pm at the bulletin boards near the entrance at Sandford Fleming)
Cost: $5 for first 28 people, sign-ups are MANDATORY
RSVP: E-mail Patrick ( by TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013

LGBTQase is having a clay and pottery event! It will be taking place at the Gardiner Museum (111 Queen’s Park, across the ROM!) where we will have a local artist teach us some clay hand-building techniques. Everyone who atends will have their masterpiece fired in a kiln which will be available for pick-up a week after the event. In addition, we’ll have a guided tour of the museum featuring the “Transformation by Fire” exhibit, which is a collection of ceramics made as therapeutic art by women of the Barbara Schlifer Memorial Clinic.

We will be meeting between 5:30-5:45 pm at the bulletin boards next to stairs that lead down to the Pit at Sandford Fleming and walking there together. Or, you can meet us at the museum! Please remember to bring cash to cover the cost of the event!

Due to space limitations, we will only be able to subsidize the cost for 28 participants, who will pay $5 each – THIS IS A REALLY GREAT DEAL SO TAKE IT WHILE IT LASTS!!! The sign-up process will be MANDATORY as well as first come, first serve. To sign-up, please e-mail Patrick ( so we can keep track of numbers. Last day to sign-up will be on TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2013; following that LGBTQase will evaluate overall interest and participation and decide on whether the event will proceed.

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