Claymobile Creations 2021
A Virtual Coil Bowl Extravaganza
Beginning in June 2020, the Claymobile program transitioned to Zoom for all of our programming with students. Featured in our Claymobile Creations 2021 show are the work of students who participated in our virtual Claymobile programming this fall. Each student made a coil bowl utilizing a clay kit with instruction from a Teaching Artist over Zoom. In addition to coil bowls, students made pinch pot pumpkins, name plates, animal head sculptures, and masks or face sculptures. 2020 has truly been an adventure and we are so thankful to our Claymobile partners for venturing into the unknown of virtual clay programming for their students. Providing a creative outlet during this times is essential!View the Exhibtion
Claymobile's Youth Programs
Claymobile partners with youth serving organizations, such as schools, community centers, and summer camps, to bring ceramics to the Philadelphia community. Our professional teaching artists provide arts education opportunities that use the tactile medium of clay to nurture imagination, critical thinking, and persistence. We offer both one-time workshops and residencies ranging from 6 to 12 weeks in length. Claymobile operates all year round.
Claymobile's Adult Programs
Claymobile partners with older adult centers, neighborhood organizations, and community spaces to bring a pop up ceramic studio to the Philadelphia community. Our teaching artists provide arts opportunities using the tactile medium of clay for creative expression, skill building, and social engagement. We offer both one-time workshops and residencies.
Claymobile's Virtual Programs
Our Claymobile goes Zoom! Claymobile's virtual programs allow students to safely create with clay from home or at your center in an online setting. Our professional teaching artists join students in Zoom to provide a virtual, hands-on lesson accompanied by a kit containing traditional clay or air dry clay. Virtual crafting sessions using other materials and mediums are also available. Sessions are typically 45-minutes in length.
Art Education Resources
New resources from the Claymobile! Our team has put together a variety of resources including classroom posters, handouts, lesson plans, and vocabulary sheets. Our vocabulary sheets, classroom posters, and many of our handouts are available in both English and Spanish. We are constantly updating the content, so check back often for new resources.
Additional Program Info
- Download a printable flyer about the Claymobile Program
- View previous Claymobile Newsletters
- 09/14/2020 - Claymobile's summer of virtual & socially distant programs
- 05/07/2020 - Claymobile to Go! - new virtual options from the Claymobile
- 03/18/2020 - An update on the Claymobile!
- 12/03/2019 - What does Claymobile and an elephant have in common?!
- 11/26/2019 - This fall with the Claymobile!
- 08/12/2019 - Heading back to school with the Claymobile!
- 05/23/2019 - Spring newsletter from the Claymobile!
- 12/21/2018 - Happy Holidays from the Claymobile
- 09/13/2018 - Exciting news from the Claymobile
- Thank you to our 2019-20 Claymobile partners!
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- View our Claymobile partner map
Claymobile works throughout the Philadelphia region. View our map of partner sites!
K-12 students served each year by Claymobile
Claymobile residencies partnering with schools and organizations that serve at least 75% of students with economic need
students in the U.S. who have never had any formal art education (source: NEA)
donation supports a Claymobile class for one student