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It’s Time for Round Robin!

Don’t Miss Out On the Best Deal In Live Classes All Year The SDPCG Round Robin event is Saturday, September 28th.  Read all about it HERE.

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Don’t Miss Meisha Barbee’s “Design with Optical Extrusions (Illusions)” Class

SOLD OUT Friday and Saturday, October 25-26 2019 10:00 AM-6:00 PM You’ll learn how to design & create 3D optical illusions by assembling polymer extrusions. Students will create a pendant composed of many elements that result in an integrated and … Continue reading

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SOLD OUT – syndee’s “3 Ring Circus” Class

Friday and Saturday, May 3-4, 2019.Two days. 3 different “rings” of polymer clay goodness: Ring 1:  Sculpey Tool Roundup Ring 2:  Surface Treatments Ring 3:  The Liquid Lab In this  “creative riot” of a workshop, students will have the opportunity … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss These 3 Affordable Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg Classes

April 5, 6 and 7th — All classes under $100. Special discounts. There will be two classes in San Diego (Friday & Saturday), and one on Sunday in Orange County. Learn Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg’s techniques and maker’s secrets. More information … Continue reading

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Carol Blackburn Classes: “Retro-Mod Pendants and Pins” & “Art Deco Lidded Pots”

FEBRUARY 1 – 3, 2019 IN SUNNY SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIARegistration is only open to San Diego Polymer Clay Guild Members now. On Dec. 15th we open registration to the world. Come clay by the bay in warm San Diego!  Go … Continue reading

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