Three handmade clay dishes sit on a wooden surface. One is painted green and has a small plant inside, the smallest holds rings and a pin, and the third is painted pink and is empty. 

Creativity Uncorked: Hand-building with Paperclay

January 10, 2020, 6:45 PM-9:00 PM

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After the Museum closes its doors, grab a friend and enjoy a glass of wine and artmaking in GRAM Studio. Each program is designed from the exhibitions on view or the Museum’s Collection. Programs begin at 6:45 pm. Arrive early at 6:15 pm to enjoy two complimentary drinks, music, and mingling with fellow art lovers. Ages 21+ only.

On January 10, view the works in GRAM’s Michigan Artist Series, Billy Mayer: The Shape of Things and explore form through the versatile nature of Paperclay. Paperclay is a lightweight, air-drying clay mixed with paper, which makes it well-suited for creating both large and small, detailed forms. Join us and learn various hand-building techniques, explore decorative motifs, and create a one-of-a-kind clay object of your own.

All supplies are provided. For more information, please contact Kimberly Mills at 616.831.2927 or gramstudio@artmuseumgr.org.