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Ceramics Workshop


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Description

In this 3hr workshop students will learn a variety of clay making techniques, including pinch pot making, slab forming and coil building. Experienced artists and tutor Eva Gainnoulidis will demonstrate joining and assembly, decorative and mark making methods, appropriate tool use as well as painting and sculpting.

This is the entry point for new comers and an inspiration for those who have returned. Eva will run through the essentials and guide students to have fun developing their very own piece to take home.

WHEN: 16th September 11 - 2pm.

WHERE: Neon Parlour Project Space 791 - 793 High St Thornbury.

WHAT TO BRING: All materials are provided. Just wear something you can get a bit messy in.

PLEASE NOTE: Eva will take your hand made pieces to be fired. We will contact you when your kiln fired ceramics are ready to pick up - Approx 1 month.

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What you will learn
  • students will learn a variety of clay making techniques, including pinch pot making, slab forming and coil building. Experienced artists and tutor Eva Gainnoulidis will demonstrate joining and assembly, decorative and mark making methods, appropriate tool use as well as painting and sculpting.
What you will get
  • Students will get to take home their ceramic creations, after Eva has taken them to be kiln fired. We will contact you when they are ready.

What to bring
  • All Materials are provided.
What to wear

Wear something you can get a little messy in.

Appropriate for

Any one above 15 years interested in making, learning and creating.

Your Kiln fired pieces will be ready to pick up aprox 1 month after the workshop. We will contact you.

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Hailey

23 September 2018 • Ceramics Workshop

This class was awesome!!! It was my first ceramic class and it definitely wont be my last! Eva was so generous with her time and knowledge. Everyone could work at their own pace and she helped each person express their individuality.