WORKSHOP : November 7, 2015.
Decorative Ceramic Pot & Tile Workshop
Fancy trying your hand at something new? We’ve joined forces with Hatched exhibitor Katherine Lees to bring you this fantastic clay workshop.
In this one day workshop, ceramicist Katherine will offer participants the chance make small plaster moulds from found objects (provided) in the morning and in the afternoon session you will hand build a small pot and tile. You will then decorate these using mark making, stencilling and printing techniques and use moulds to create small clay additions to add to the pot and tile.
This class is suitable for beginners and no previous ceramic skills are required.
Fired work will be ready to collect two weeks after the workshop. All equipment and materials will be provided.
When and where?
Saturday 7 November 2015
10.30am – 4.30pm
space2 at Manchester Craft & Design Centre (click here for directions).
Concessions (over 60 / unemployed* / student* – *please bring ID along on the day): £60
Standard tickets: £65
Lunch is not provided – but we do have a lovely café on site (Oak Street Café Bar), are surrounded by other Northern Quarter eateries, or you are of course welcome to bring a packed lunch.
For more information, and to book your place email info@
Please note tickets cannot be booked through Manchester Craft & Design Centre.
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