Experience the meditative process of coiling at home (or at the studio)!  Joanne will be teaching how to effectively roll thin coils and use them to build forms inspired by traditional Korean Moon Jars!  

Any clay type can be used for this technique, however, porcelain is the most challenging and Joanne's preference.

This course is on zoom and if you cannot make it to the live class, you can watch the video through July 22, 2023.

If you have additional questions about this class or registration, please email us at [email protected]

Once you register you will find the tool list and the zoom link in your student dashboard.



Artist, Educator Seong Weon Joanne Lee

Originally from South Korea, Joanne Seongweon Lee received her BFA from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University with a concentration in Ceramics in 2015. After graduation, she moved back to South Korea for an Artist in Residence program at the Korea Ceramic Foundation: Icheon Cerapia. She completed an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2019 and achieved the Franz Rising Start Project Scholarship: Outstanding Performance in Porcelain Design in that same year. After graduating, she finished her Residency at Sonoma Ceramics in Sonoma, California. In 2021-2022, Joanne taught numerous ceramics courses for all levels at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Joanne is currently at Anderson Ranch Arts Center as the Ceramics Coordinator in Snowmass, Colorado.