Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Make your own fermenting crock

Want to make your own fermenting crock? Here's your chance.

We are super excited local ceramicist Kim Haughie is taking the workshop.

Where? The Clayspace East Street Studio (opp. cnr of Standbridge St)
When? Saturday 9th of February from 9.30am - 3.00pm.
Cost? $150 which includes all materials and tutorials.

Participants will make a lidded fermenting crock pot using coil and slab construction techniques. The pots will then be dried and bisque fired and participants will then return for an additional one hour session (time and date TBA) to glaze their pots which will then require another firing.

About Kim
Kim Haughie has been working for over 10 years in her clay medium as a ceramic artist and makes refined yet earthy functional pieces with a sculptural element. Kim is also passionate about creating a stimulating and supportive environment for others to explore their own innate creative abilities in clay. Kim is excited to be able to present this workshop as she has studied the ancient technique of Korean ongii (earthenware pottery) making in South Korea which she will briefly discuss and demonstrate.

If this sounds like your cup of tea please email to register your interest. We need a minimum of four participants for the workshop to go ahead, and a maximum of eight.