CERAMICS | HANDBUILDING | 4 WEEK SERIES | LINH
HAND BUILDING CERAMICS SERIES | Linh Dinh
Interested in learning the art of handbuilding ceramics?
Each class explores a different handbuilding technique, so you have a choice of whether you wish to come to one, two, three, or all four. The option to choose select dates is listed in the drop down menu on the booking page.
Suitable both for beginners and aspiring ceramicists who wish to diver deeper into the art of handbuilding.
AUGUST 5TH - BUD VASE SET - SET OF 2 - PINCHING TECHNIQUE
This workshop would suit anyone who interested in hand building their own masterpiece with no experience! In the first class of this hand building series, Linh will be focus on pinching technique! Its a simple technique but it is a fantastic way to develop your clay skill and requires practice to perfect.
AUGUST 12TH - FRUIT OR SALAD BOWL - COILING TECHNIQUE
This workshop would suit anyone who interested in hand building their own masterpiece with no experience! In this class, Linh will be focus on coiling - the most versatile of the hand building techniques! It's considered as a slow method but very therapeutic!
AUGUST 19TH - KURINUKI YUNOMI/ TEA BOWL - JAPANESE SCULPTURING TECHNIQUE
This workshop would suit anyone who interested in hand building their own masterpiece with no experience! In this class, Linh will guide you through a special Japanese sculpturing technique - kurinuki! Kurinuki is a Japanese method of carving a pot from a block of clay! It is a slow and contemplative process to shape your piece!
AUGUST 26TH - BENTO LUNCH BOX - SLAB TECHNIQUE
This workshop would suit anyone who interested in hand building their own masterpiece with no experience! In this last class of the series, Linh will focus on slab method, along with coiling! This is an exciting way to create shapes that could never be produced using a potter's wheel or that would be difficult to achieve if you are doing hand construction using coils!
You can decorate your pieces with Linh's underglazes and slips as well! Your piece will be fire twice by Linh and you will received your amazing creation piece after a few of weeks!
Students will be emailed when piece is ready for collection from Guild of Objects.
Linh was Born in Hanoi, Vietnam. She moved to Melbourne in 2007 and started to collect ceramics pieces from some local Australian artists about 9 years ago, whereupon she found her interest in clay. She spends her night times mostly creating ceramics pieces by using hand-building techniques such as coiling, slabbing and carving. She has been working with different kinds of clay such as earthenware, stoneware and porcelain, however stoneware in particular interests her because of its durable and dense stone-like quality.
What you will learn
- You will learn to use critical thinking to design functional ceramic ware
- You will learn hand building techniques such as joining and moulding with clay.
What you will get
- Students will create a hand built ceramics pieces with clay from which will then be taken back to the studio for glazing and firing.
- Expert tuition from an experienced teacher!
- All materials and firing costs are included in the price.
Unit 4, Level 2, 67-73 Hardware Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000.
You can opt to go to 200 Queen St Melbourne Secure (Guild of Objects will not shoulder this parking option) for more parking space.
What to bring
- Bring your enthusiasm!
What to wear
Wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. Aprons are provided. Bring a hand towel.
Open to everyone interested!
Vendor since 2019
In the not so distant past we were able to explore and engage in a creative space within the boundaries of our domestic environment. More recently with the advent of mass produced furnishings and readily available home decor, coupled with a trend toward apartment living and the rise of the dual income family then this space for the creative endeavour within the domestic sphere has all but disappeared.
In recognition of this the Guild of Objects is a space that supports and holds space for all to pursue, source or explore their own innate creativity. The Guild provides a space for artists, craftspeople and makers to sell their products. The Guild runs workshops in a beautiful home like environment that gives everyone the opportunity to explore their own creativity and finally the Guild organises and runs design, craft and art tours to Japan, Bali and France in order to provide a forum to explore the world through a creative lens.
The Guild is a space that honours the notion of Connection through Creativity.
Connections with ones creativity, connection with ones self and connection to others through mutual pursuit.
Come and visit us at 67 Hardware Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000.
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