TWO DAY WORKSHOPS | $150 + HST
ra·ku ˈräˌko͞o/ 1: A process by which pottery is fired at a relatively low temperature and then moved while hot to a closed container with combustible materials that ignite and cause a reaction creating colors and patterns in the pottery's surface 2: A Japanese word meaning enjoyment. In this two-day workshop, students will hand build their own unique raku pieces on the first day, then experiment with glazing techniques and fire on the second day.
MATERIAL COST: $30.00 to be paid to the instructor on the day of the workshop. Please note: There is one day between the two days of instruction, to allow for the clay to be bisque fired.
Instructor - Chris Doiron
Chris Doiron holds a Diploma in Fine Craft: Ceramics, from the New Brunswick College of Craft & Design and is building his career as a ceramic artist, working in both stoneware and raku temperatures. Moving to rural New Brunswick ignited his deep-rooted appreciation of nature’s colors and textures, fueling his fervor for wood-firing, with its unique qualities and unpredictable results. Chris was awarded a creation grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board, to pursue his research in working with local river clays. He is an Instructor for the City of Fredericton’s edVentures program, and has recently begun offering pottery workshops at his home studio in Miramichi.
What do I need to bring to the course?
Please check the description above for material fee and additional items to bring. Material fee will need to be in cash to be paid to the instructor the day of the course.
What's the refund policy?
In the event that a course is cancelled a 100% refund will be granted to the participant.
Upon request participants will receive a 100% refund (minus the Eventbrite fees approx. 6% of the sale) until 7 days before the course.
7 - 2 days a special request must be made to the Edventures Coordinator, and a 50% refund will be granted.
Refunds will not be given if requested within 48 hours of the course beginning.