Sun, Dec 08|
CLAY TASTER: KURINUKI
Learn a simple hand-building technique called Kurinuki in a relaxed studio environment
Time & Location
Dec 08, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Jack’s Magazine, B.240, via Magazine Way, Maribyrnong VIC 3032, Australia
About The Event
This workshop will introduce hand-carving an object from a solid block of clay. This technique (Kurinuki) is often used for creating tea-bowls and embraces asymmetry and imperfection.
Sunday 08 December : 2 - 4.30 pm
All materials and bisque firing is included. There will be an option to glaze and refire at a later date.
Please byo towel/apron
Piecework Projects studio is located in building 240, Jack's Magazine, Maribyrnong 3032.
Tickets available via this website are direct deposit only
About the tutor:
Sachiko Mardon discovered the medium of ceramics (via mould-making and slip-casting) while studying for a Bachelor of Industrial Design (Hons. RMIT), and later completed a Master of Fine Arts (Ceramics: UTAS). She recently established Piecework Projects studio at Jack’s Magazine, offering makers space to develop their ceramics practice at all levels.
Clay Taster : Kurinuki
This workshop is hosted by Piecework Projects, a clay maker space located within the heritage Jack's Magazine site in Maribyrnong. Building 240 is located in front of the main gate, a short walk from the Magazine Way carpark or La Scala Ave. Please check the location prior to the event.