Clay Hand-building 101

What to Bring

  • A readyness to get your hands dirty, and creative juices flowing!

What to Wear

  • casual

Clay Hand-building 101

About This Class

What You Will Learn

  • How to make a pinch pot
  • Underglazing and firing techniques
  • Clay joining techniques

What You Get

  • All materials needed to make your very own pinch pot!
  • Awesome hand-building techniques
  • Underglazes and decorating tips and tricks

Description

Come and get your hands dirty! This crash course in the basics of hand-building will open up the wonderful world of ceramics to you. Experience the satisfaction of making something with your hands and enjoy a playful morning being creative.You will learn how to make a pinch pot and how to join clay to produce bigger pieces, as well as applying underglazes to decorate your piece. With this technique you can make ceramic bowls, teacups, salt dishes, planters, ring holders and more!

After the class your pieces will be finished in a clear glaze and kiln fired, making it usable and food-safe. Note that you will pick up your fired piece on another day.

This class is designed for beginners or those wishing to further develop their skills without commitment to longer term class.

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Mar 2017
Clay Hand-building 101 - 19 Mar 2017 3:00 PM

Great class - instructor was informative, encouraging and helpful. Cant wait to pick up my pieces.

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Sep 2016
Clay Hand-building 101 - 25 Sep 2016 11:00 AM

I went with my wife and we had a great time making a couple of pinch pots. The instructor was very friendly and helpful, and it was a nice environment. Don't expect your creations to look very good, but this doesn't take away from the fun. Your hands will get dirty, but apart from that it's clean (as long as you aren't clumsy). I strongly recommend doing a bit of research before the class and have an idea of what you want to make - the instructor can help you make it come to life.

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Aug 2016
Clay Hand-building 101 - 07 Aug 2016 11:00 AM

A great class for beginners

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