Image courtesy of Alexandra Paffenholz.
Join us in the Kingston Ceramics Studio this July for a new one-day workshop with exhibiting artist, Kate Wichusen. Participants will explore a range of hand-forming and decorating techniques to create their own functional flower bud vessels in porcelain clays. Participants will also learn about the use of metal oxides in surface decoration and mark-making. After the workshop, all finished pieces will be glazed, fired and ready for collection at a later date. This workshop is suitable for both beginners and those with prior knowledge and experience.
Workshop: Saturday 6th July, 10am - 2pm
- Cost: $70 (includes all materials, glazes and firing)
- Small class-size, strictly limited to 8 participants. No refunds or make-up classes.
- Please BYO aprons and closed-toe, non-slip shoes.
- Book online or call (03) 9556 4440 (Mon-Fri, 9am - 4.30pm)
The Between Falling Rays exhibition featuring new ceramic works by Kate Wichusen, Lauren Joffe, and Georgina Proud will be showing in G1 + G2 between Friday 21 June and Saturday 3 August.
Kate Wischusen graduated from a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) Honours at RMIT in 2014 and creates ceramic objects and jewellery that explore the permanence of memory and the role of the souvenir. Working predominantly in porcelain, mild steel and enamel, Kate’s work references archived markings in the rural and urban landscape. In 2014 Kate’s work was selected to be shown at Talente in Munich, Fresh! in Melbourne and the Galerie Marzee International Graduate Exhibition, Nijmegen.
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