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Glazed & Confused will lead a handmade ceramic tableware workshop at The Farm Shed. They will guide participants through the process of creating functional ceramic tableware while guests enjoy a homemade grazing table and some amazing East Coast wines.

Learn how to make your own unique tableware items using handbuilding techniques such as pinch pots, coiling and slab rolling, using Buff Raku, a beautifully textured dark brown clay that lends itself to handbuilding.

The pieces will be taken away, glazed, fired and returned to The Farm Shed 4 weeks later.

Price is $75 a head, which includes the workshop, materials and grazing table. Wines are available by the glass or bottle, at additional cost.

Seats are limited so as always, please get in touch early to secure your place.

 

WHAT: Handmade ceramics workshop

WHO: Glazed and Confused

WHEN: Sunday 12 September, 2-3.30pm

WHERE: The Farm Shed, 53A Burgess Street, Bicheno

HOW MUCH: $75 per person

BOOK: Online with Glazed and Confused via https://glazedandconfused.as.me/farmshedhandbuilding12sept

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