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Ceramics Workshop: Wheelthrowing for beginners with Te' Claire

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In this Spring Workshop with Te' Claire, adult participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of wheelthrowing. In this two-hour introductory course, you will be taught how to make functional clay forms, such as cups and vases using porcelain clays.

  • Cost: $60 per person (includes all materials and firing services).
  • Small class, limited to 4 participants. No refunds or make-up classes.
  • BYO aprons and closed-toe, non-slip shoes

 

Tutor: Te' Claire

Te’ Claire received her Masters in Fine Art (MFA Distinction) RMIT Melbourne, Australia 2018 and Bachelor of Fine Art Honours (First Class) RMIT in 2017. Te’ Claire currently teaches at Ceramiques, Melbourne Australia and is the recent beneficiary of the Shigaraki Ceramic Culture Park (SSCP) artist in residence program in Japan 2020. Te’ Claire has been the recipient of the 2016 Trudie Alfred Bequest scholarship with The Australian Ceramic Association and the 2016 Walkers Graduate award at RMIT. As well as a finalist in award exhibitions including the 2018 Tom Bass Prize at Tom Bass Gallery, NSW, Australia.

Image by Art Documentation Melbourne.

 

Date

When: Saturday 5 October, 10am - 12pm

Venue

Kingston Ceramics Studio,

979-985 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin

Cost

Cost: $60 per person (limited to 4 places)

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