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Pottery - Naked Raku & Related Techniques

Haliburton School of Art + Design

Enrol in Pottery - Naked Raku & Related Techniques

Course Code: ARTS1831

Please Note: Previous Raku experience or permission of the instructor is required to participate in this course.
This advanced-level professional development course is a challenging exploration of the technical aspects of various Raku effects. Topics will be systematically studied and results evaluated so that successful outcomes can be obtained at will. There will be a thorough study of effective firing and post-firing reduction techniques as they relate to Crackle, Carbonization and Terra Sigillata techniques. These techniques will form the basis of obtaining successful results with the spectacular technique called Naked Raku or Shadow Crackle. There will be daily firings and, time permitting, Raku kiln design will be addressed. Please bring ten bisqued pieces using Raku clay. A maximum class size of 12 ensures individual attention.

Some courses require additional textbooks and/or materials. Please visit your campus bookstore in-person or online: Peterborough Bookstore or Lindsay Bookstore.

Attend this course in person

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (9:00am - 4:30pm)
Section: 41 | Instructor: Michael Sheba
Location: Haliburton Campus
Registration will begin March 01, 2018 at 8:30 am

Note: This is a 6 day course.

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