Join artist and Illyria Pottery owner, Katie Coston, for a Raku workshop.
She has recently built a raku
Raku workshops are offered in two parts:
- Book onto a wheel-throwing session of your choice where you’ll have the chance to create your own pieces of pottery. Please ensure your wheel class is at least two weeks before your Raku workshop to ensure we have time to dry and bisque fire your pottery. Want to fire pieces you've made elsewhere? See More details below.
- Book onto a Raku workshop of your choice for a chance to learn how to glaze and fire your creations in our new, outdoor kiln. (Up to three pieces to be fired in the Raku kiln. Any additional pieces to be fired in the electric kiln).
Each Raku workshop will begin with a demonstration of glazing and the chance to add
Raku workshops consist of several “rounds” firings. Each session is capped at 6 attendees so that work created can be finished during your workshop and taken away with you. Each session begins with all steps being demonstrated for attendees. During subsequent “rounds” of firings, attendees are welcome to assist to the extent that they feel comfortable. There will be opportunities to leave and eat or get lunch while the kiln heats and cools between firings.
Want to fire pots you've already made? If you've produced bisque-fired, stoneware pieces elsewhere and would like raku
Because these classes primarily occur outdoors, sessions may be
Please get in touch with Lucy at email@example.com if you are interested in a raku workshop.
Gift vouchers of any denomination are available for giving courses as gifts!