Hand-building & Raku Workshops
raku workshop info
Workshops are run over two days, one or two weeks apart.
First Session – hand-building: Making and joining two pinch bowls together and modifying to create a larger vase, bottle or organic form. You will also have time to make one or two further pinch bowls. Texture can be added through mark making and imprinting techniques. Your work is then left to dry completely before being bisque fired in preparation for your return one or two weeks later.
Second Session – glazing and raku firing: Demonstration of basic glazing methods before glazing your own work. The exciting raku-firing of the work takes place outside and your work will be ready to take away at the end of the firing.
This is an ideal entry level course for beginners as no experience is necessary. If you have some hand-building experience already you may develop your own project during the first session (subject to size/technique restrictions).
NB. Raku ware is for decorative use only.
2024 raku workshop dates
Venue: Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover – Directions
Workshop I – fully booked, reserve list available
Saturday 24th February 10am-12.30pm, & Saturday 2nd March, 10am-2pm
Workshop II – fully booked, reserve list available
Saturday 16th March 10am-12.30pm, & Saturday 30th March 10am-2pm
Workshop III – two places available
Saturday 13th April 10am-12.30pm, & Saturday 20th April 10am-2.30pm
£110 per person. A £50 deposit* will secure a place.
* Deposit is refundable up until 7 days before the workshop start date, see cancellation policy.
Please make sure you are available for both dates before signing up for a workshop. The £50 deposit will secure your place and is fully refundable up until 7 days before the start date. If you have to cancel within the 7 days I can only refund you if I manage to fill your space, for example, if I have someone on the reserve list and they are still available for both dates.