Saturday 6th March
This is a slow and calm session creating your own vessel.
Kurinuki means to hollow out or carve from a solid block of clay, during this process the potter may take a tool or object to slowly remove clay in search of its form. Kurinuki has been described as discover by digging as the form emerges from the clay rather than the potter creating it.
This workshop is suitable for all levels including beginners. Clay will be provided and tools will be available for use. Participants are more than welcome to bring their own carving tools if they wish.
The workshop will be run by Kurinuki expert, Kristen Calder from Bravery Inc.
During the workshop you will explore Kurinuki using soft and hard clays with lots of tips and techniques shared along the way as you make your original vessel.
Date: Saturday, 6th March, At Public Record
Two sessions, you can choose:
Morning Session From 10-12:30pm for building tea vessels - $95 p.p.
Afternoon session from 1:30-4pm for making a lidded box - $120 p.p.
*The afternoon session will be best for those who are familiar with the Kurinuki process or have used clay before but open to beginners who are keen to give it go.
• All materials will be supplied
• A small group tutorial with hands on experience.
Booking is essential
Any questions, please get in touch here.