2 part workshop
Part 1:This is where hoomans come together to sculpt their furry friends a new personalized clay dish!
Part 2: You will need to book and pay for your glazing time separately here approximately 10 days after making.
In this 2-part workshop, you will learn clay hand-building techniques as you shape your pet inspired vessel. After your ceramic is fired in the kiln, you’ll return to the studio to brush on the glaze of your choice, to make this truly individual to you and your furry muse. You will learn to use over 10 tools and materials, which require no previous experience or skills. We provide a special place where you can slow down and enjoy the process.
Time (2 parts):
Ages: Adult: 15+ / Family 6+
Size: 2.5" H × 5 W" × 6" Diameter
Techniques: Hand-building, glazing
Materials: White speckled stoneware clay, underglaze, clear high fire glaze
2 part workshop
Choose from instructor guided or self-directed
One week after glazing.
A few amazing projects to choose from at a certain day and time
8 amazing projects to choose from at any workshop time
A private class in an area of the studio, you want to concentrate on following steps
Communal space, other activities may be happening, great if you want to just make art and be social
You must be on time or you lose your paid & booked time, we know it is harsh but the instructor cannot restart the demo
You choose the duration. If you are late, you will not be able to make up the missed time and will not be credited or refunded but can still join in
An instructor is demonstrating the steps live. The instructor is present in the room to facilitate, demonstrate, and pace the class. Ideal for people who are new, or like the presence of a hands-on art instructor to answer questions and guide them
Follow the project steps through videos on a tablet. Class is self-directed and people go at their own pace. Ideal for people who have attended a workshop in this medium before and want to chat with friends and work at their own pace.
(You still have to follow the projects, this is not “open studio time”)