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WORKSHOPS: OPEN CERAMICS STUDIO (EVENING)

12 Dec 2017 - 30 Jan 2018 | 6.00pm - 9.00pm

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This spring term we are pleased to announce the opening of the Ceramics Studio at Casula Powerhouse. Whether you are curious about beginning pottery making or would like to further your existing skills, you’re welcome to come and join this relaxed and inclusive clay studio. Clay is a natural material and we have been working with it for over 20,000 years. The Ceramics Studio practices an equally inclusive method to demonstrating and teaching that can enable everyone toward making their own pottery.

Open Studio sessions at the Ceramics Studio are designed to help you to realise your creative side in a group setting which is enjoyable, relaxing and rewarding. For the spring term the Ceramic studio will be focusing on hand-built ceramics. The Open Studio sessions are informal, project based sessions are suited to both beginners and more advanced students equally. Beginners will undergo learning the basics of hand building with clay; pinching, slab rolling, coiling and joining. You will then be shown how to glaze your work in preparation for firing. Ceramic Studio facilitators will assist with each process and discuss the steps as you perform them. Advanced students can plan individual projects and discuss specific needs accordingly.

All supervision, tools, decorative glazes and firing of your final piece is included in the session price. Clay is available separately as individual projects vary. A bag of clay (10kg) is just $15 and would accommodate most projects for the entire term. You could also purchase a bag to share or alternatively bring your own clay if wish to.

Our sessions are continuous, so you may sign up anytime.

Event Information

LocationCasula Powerhouse
Arts Centre
Ceramics Studio

Duration3 hrs

Ages16+

Cost$20
per session
(All inclusive)


Phone02 9824 1121

Emailreception@casulapowerhouse.com

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