ONE & A HALF DAY WORKSHOPS | $105 + HST 9am - 4pm, & 1pm - 4pm
***Visiting Instructor Mark Budd
Mugs just might be the most important ceramic objects, but making a 'good' mug can pose some real challenges. During this one and a half day intensive, hands-on workshop, participants will explore elements of design to gain a greater understanding of what makes a 'good' mug. This understanding will be put to the test as students take their projects from concept to drawing to prototype. Are you dealing with 'attachment anxiety'? Want to get a handle on making handles? Special care and attention will be paid to the relationship between handle and object as participants work to create a signature series of mugs.
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 - Mark Budd
Mark Budd is a ceramic artist living and working in Treaty 4 territory. Drawing inspiration from the sparse landscape of the Canadian Prairies, Mark creates small batches of rustic tableware. Each handcrafted piece is intended to evoke aspects of the land while offering space for communion and contemplation. Mark has shown at the Fifth Parallel Art Gallery in Regina, the University of Manitoba’s School of Art Gallery in Winnipeg and at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery in Saskatoon.
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.