Close up image of two cones of dirt, on a table, students in the blurry background

Saturday, July 16  •  11AM – 1PM  •  Pre-Registration Required  •  All Ages Welcome  •  Free!

20 participants (all ages)

​​The dirt of a location tells us about an intricate history, through layers of waste and hidden objects. The decomposed beings and the minerals present in the geography create a unique materiality that have been useful in forms of traditional building, pottery and food preparation.

During this Field Guide session we will use dirt as a key material to explore ways to make adobe bricks forms and attempt to create clay sourced from different locations in New York state.  

Facilitated by Marcela Torres.

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