Photo: Janelle Low, featuring work by Christine Yeghyaian.
In this ceramics workshop, adult participants will be guided by artist Christine Yeghyaian to explore the relationship between clay and the senses. Focusing on sound and touch, participants are encouraged to bring a sound recorded from their local environment to contribute to the workshop. Your sound will then be used as inspiration to hand-build an abstracted clay sculpture. Through access to tools, techniques, glazes and materials, this workshop will encourage you to think about ceramics in a brand-new way.
- Maximum of 8 participants
- Includes all materials and firing costs
- Suitable for both beginners and experienced ceramicists
Christine Yeghyaian is a current Kingston Ceramic Studio artist-in-residence with a background in music and abstract art. She is currently undertaking her Honours year in Fine Art (Ceramics) at RMIT. Christina’s practice is informed by the emotive and embodied experience of listening to music and how this can be translated into form using ceramics.