Introduction to Mould Making for Ceramics
This class is intended to provide an introduction to the technique of mould making for ceramics and will focus on the methods and construction of a one-part mould.
For this 4-week session participants will work on a small mould or a series of small moulds. Please be aware that mould making is a slow and time-consuming process and this class is intended to teach the method of constructing a mould rather than producing ceramic work from these moulds.
Tasmanian Ceramics Association Studio. Click link for directions. http://tasmanianceramics.com/studio/
2 July – 23 July 2018
Monday Evenings 5.30pm to 9.00pm
Plaster and basic materials will be provided.
Participants are expected to provide their own ceramic tools, towel and a block of clay that is fine with no grog. Clay can be purchased from Derwent Ceramic Supplies in Moonah.
Participants will be required to also BYO a Fine Particle Respirator which can be purchased at the tool section of Bunnings. Please DO NOT bring a paper mask or dust mask, you must have a respirator with replaceable fine particle filters.
There is a limit of 6 participants for this session.
To make a booking, please go to https://artmaven.com.au/collections/all and select the class session you wish to attend.
Participants will be required to pay the full fee to enrol in each session. Cancellations will incur a 25% fee. Refunds will not be provided if a cancellation is received within one week of the class commencement date.