In this Spring School Holiday Workshop with Narelle White, young participants will experiment with the art of pinching clay to create their own pots and planters in earthy, terracotta clay. With an emphasis on exploring the tactile and sustainable nature of terracotta, this workshop will encourage children to appreciate the handmade quality of their own creations.
- Cost: $30 per person (includes all materials and firing).
- Afternoon class or morning class, limited to 8 participants per class, aged between 7 - 12 years. No refunds or make-up classes.
- BYO aprons and closed-toe, non-slip shoes
Tutor: Narelle White
A recent finalist in the Manningham Ceramic Art Award, Narelle is an artist-ceramist with a passion for the messy unpredictability of experimental material process. She is the beneficiary of an Ian Potter Cultural Trust grant in support of an upcoming residency at the European Ceramic Workcentre (EKWC) in The Netherlands, 2019-2020. Narelle has undertaken studies at The Rhode Island School of Design in the USA, and was awarded the 2018 Clayworks’ Award for Excellence in Ceramics. In 2018 she graduated from RMIT’s School of Art on the Vice Chancellor’s List for Academic Excellence.
Image courtesy of Narelle White.