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Ceramics: Air plant sea creatures 6-8 years (2)

Half-day school holiday workshop to create a hanging air plant holder

Produced by the City of Sydney

Bookings open 5 June 2019

Kids will create their own deep blue sea inspired hanging air plant holder in this half-day school holiday workshop.

They can choose almost any design for their ceramic holder from an octopus to a jelly fish or crustacean.

Our experienced tutor will teach the kids ceramics using slab hand-building techniques and how to create texture using pressing, rolling and stamping. They’ll also get experience working with colour clay inlay, slips and sgrafitto techniques to decorate their planters.
They’ll gain a good understanding of the properties and limits of clay and ideas and thoughts behind the creative process.

This workshop is designed for complete beginners. No prior experience necessary.
Works will be fired and ready to collect approximately 4 weeks after the workshop.

Tutor: Hayley West

Class size: maximum 10
What to bring: Yourself, a snack and a water bottle.
What to wear: enclosed shoes (no sandals or thongs) and comfortable clothing (aprons provided)
Cost: $65.00 (full price) / $52.00 (concession)*

* Eligible for concessions: The ticket purchaser must hold a valid NSW Pensioner, Senior or Full-time Student card

Bookings are essential as places are limited.

Pine Street uses sustainable and non-toxic techniques and materials where possible.

Please note: There are no child minding facilities at Pine Street. Children must be collected from class on time or a late fee may be charged.

Bookings can be cancelled up to 7 days prior to the commencement of your course. Cancellations made after this will not be refunded. For more information please see our terms and conditions.

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When

Monday 15 July 2019 from 9am to 12pm

Cost

Full Price: $65.00
Concession: $52.00

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