Students will have the opportunity to explore porcelain’s unique qualities through throwing and altering vase, bowl and plate forms; joining altered forms; and manipulating slab pieces, both flatware and vases. The class will include both instructor demonstrations and hands on experience. Glazing and finishing techniques will be discussed throughout the workshop. Students must have previous throwing experience.
Course Fee: $280 Supply Fee: $0 Student Supply List: CONROW_StudentSupplies2017
Tuition includes lunch and two snacks. Prices are in Canadian dollars and include all applicable taxes.
Ginny Conrow has been a studio potter for forty-five years, her work evolving from functional, high-fired stoneware to sculptural/decorative porcelain, including a ten year period of Cone 6 oxidation, airbrushing on large scale wall commissions. Currently focusing on crystalline glazes, she uses thrown, slip cast, slab and extruded elements, stretching the porcelain to its fullest. She has travelled and taught in New Zealand, Australia, and Thailand regularly in the past eighteen years and shows her work nationally and internationally.
This workshop is currently FULL. If you would like to be placed on a wait list, please contact the MISSA office.
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