Charleston Museum offers Clay Creations in their Hands on History program.
Charleston Area Convention and Visitor Bureau offers a description:
This summer children can enjoy getting their hands on history with the Charleston Museum. Hands on History is a new series featuring an in-depth activity with a local artisan and a specialized tour of Museum collections. Themes range from yoga to gem mining. Programs are for children age 5 and up. $10/Museum members, $12/Non-members. Advanced reservations required. Limited spots available. See dates and themes below.
Daniel McSweeney of Sparks Studio will instruct this special pottery class. Each child will make clay pieces inspired by items from the Museum’s collection such as our face jugs and Dave jars.
3-4:30 p.m. $12 ($10 for members).
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