Workshop from Home with Amy Sanders – Episode 8

This webinar was made possible with generous support from Diamond Core Tools!

On May 6, 2021, we Zoomed with Amy Sanders in her studio for a Workshop from Home demonstration. Here’s the recording for those of you who missed it! If you don’t subscribe to CLAYflicks, you can check out an excerpt above. CLAYflicks subscribers can watch the whole 2 hours by clicking the orange links below. Enjoy!

Runtime: 2 hours

Click here to view a PDF of some helpful resources!

The Workshop from Home webinar series was started to provide access to high-quality online workshops for those who are unable to attend in person. Recordings of the webinars will be archived on CLAYflicks for those who may have missed the live event. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about upcoming webinars in the Workshop From Home series.

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Amy Sanders

About the Artist

Amy Sanders first discovered clay as an undergraduate student studying biology at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. She quickly switched majors and graduated with a BA in art and secondary education. Amy has been teaching throwing and handbuilding classes at Clayworks Studio in Charlotte, North Carolina, for 11 years. In addition to exhibiting her work and presenting workshops nationally, Amy was an artist in residence at McColl Center for Visual Art, and completed a large-scale public art tile project for the city of Charlotte in conjunction with a residency at Garinger High School. To learn more about Amy and see more images of her work, please visit

  • Kathleen M.

    I am always inspired by Amy’s work. She doesn’t give herself due credit for her creativity and design.

    • Hi Bobby, the formulas are on the PDF handout. You can click the orange link where it says “Click here to view a PDF of some helpful resources!” in the episode description. – CAN Staff

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