The seventh installment of filming from the ACC's Arrowmont School Workshops, June 1-8, 1971. In Howard Shapiro's workshop, artists shuffle to remove bisque fired works from the kiln. Meanwhile, an artist prepares two large batches of copper oxide glaze for the others to apply to their bisque-fired works. The next segment of the video visits June Schwarcz's enamel class, wherein artists seek the expertise of Schwarcz to determine the best application of enamel. Although enamel is the main interest of the class, when the filmmaker notices a large electroplating machine in the studio, he asks the Schwarcz to describe its components and use. After a brief scene in a screenprinting class, the film ends with a few minutes in a workshop in the midst of hand-dying sheets of folded silk and linen. As they fold, paint, and daub their fabrics, the participants take joy in the symmetry of their dyed designs.