Presented by Tantri Mustika Ceramics
Join Tantri Mustika for an exciting DOUBLE WHAMMY workshop.
This exclusive two part master class explores the various methods of staining clay as well as approaches to creating tests to take home or to your own studio. The second part of the class take’s the group through the basics of Nerikomi, a pattern making technique using the coloured clay made in the first part of the class.
You will learn:
– Various approaches to colouring clay using stains as well as colour testing methods
– How to create your own stain tests samples- The ‘must knows’ and important safety tips associated with the clay staining process
– Two different Nerikomi techniques
– Insights into the ceramic making process and knowledge of a working studio
You will make:
– Coloured clay and test tiles
– Up to three Nerikomi style pieces of your choice* (think bowels/ plates/ ramekins/ coasters etc)
*All pieces made during the workshop will be fired and collection will be arranged at a later date.
We will provide:
– Light snacks and beverages throughout the day
– All materials and tools
This workshop is suitable for absolute beginners as well as those with prior ceramic experience. All tests and work created by students will be glazed, fired and finished by myself. Students will then be able to pick up finished pieces at an arranged pick-up date.
When: Saturday 29th October
12:30pm – 6:30pm
*nb. The workshop includes a 1 hour break for lunch and to check out the other fun things happening at Collingwood Yards as part of Craft Contemporary including the Stay Soft market.
Image courtesy the organiser.
35 Johnston Street
At level, no-step, access to the courtyard is via entrance 35A Johnston Street and 30A Perry Street. Both paths have sections with even cobblestone paving . You can also gain access to the courtyard from entrances 35B and 35C Johnston Street and 30B Perry Street via the taking the Perry Street Lift to Level UG. Best paths of access are marked on this map.
The central shaded portion of the courtyard is a gravel surface. The surrounding area is paved and wheelchair accessible, however shade and cover is limited.
The closest accessible toilets can be found off the service corridor inside Level UG of the Perry Street Building. These toilets are fitted with grab rails.