Join Pottymouth ceramicists Meredith Mason and Naomi Stokes at the renowned Kiln Workshop just off Gloucester Road, to make your own delightful festive incense holder.
Using the Japanese technique of Kurinuki, you'll make a pottery Christmas cottage. Kurinuki translates from Japanese to 'hollow’ and is a traditional technique used to make pottery from carving a single block of clay. Hollowing out clay in this way is considered a meditative process that produces truly one-of-a-kind ceramics.
Following step-by-step guidance, explore this traditional Japanese technique to create your own unique Christmas decoration, that can be brought out year after year.
This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience. You're encouraged to come along with an open mind and playfulness to really make the most of this unique approach to making.
This crafty experience is the perfect opportunity to get together with friends, family and co-workers this festive season. You'll come away feeling festive, having learned a new skill, and with a beautiful artisanal ornament for your home!
Your finished item will be left with your hosts who will fire and glaze your work, ready for collection 2-4 weeks after.
Age restrictions: 18+
|Student (10% off for students and those of lower incomes (proof to be emailed in advance))||£31.50|
|Group Ticket (Buy 4 get one half price )||£157.50|
Had a great time, it was so much fun getting in a state of creative flow in a warm and friendly a...
Such an enjoyable evening! Very informative but great to be given the freedom to do what you want...
Had a great time, it was so much fun getting in a state of creative flow in a warm and friendly atmosphere and coming out the other end having made something! Highly recommend.
Such an enjoyable evening! Very informative but great to be given the freedom to do what you want at the same time. Really chilled, really friendly 100% recommend!
Meredith is a ceramicist specialising in handbuilding with 3 years of teaching experience. She enjoys exploring clay techniques such as coiling, pinch pots and slab building. Bringing these techniques to a variety of workshops, Meredith aims to share her love of the clay world by guiding you through the process of handmade forms.
Naomi is an expert potter with three years teaching experience. Naomi mostly works on the potter's wheel, but has recently reignited her love for hand building. Her aim is to help people realise their ideas in clay. Naomi will be on hand during the whole experience to give advice, support and plenty of encouragement.
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