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Make a ceramic pumpkin patch

28 September @ 7:00 pm - 12 October @ 9:00 pm

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One event on 28 September 2022 at 7:00 pm

£70

Join ceramicists Rebecca Killen and Laureanne Kootstra this autumn for a two part workshop creating and glazing your very own ceramic pumpkin patch. Make up to three stoneware pumpkins using handbuilding techniques and return on the 30th September for our glazing session.

Your pumpkin patch will be fired and ready to collect from The Ash Gallery a week later.

Please note a second workshop is available: September 28 – October 12, please check the organiser’s website for more details.

Details

Start:
28 September @ 7:00 pm
End:
12 October @ 9:00 pm
Cost:
£70
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.theclay-project.com/workshops/p/lo1a2pfbtt7byhz32v2afkdegtzwii

Organiser

The Clay Project
Phone:
07706765942
Email:
hello@theclay-project.com
View Organiser Website

Venue

The Ash Gallery
83 Central Promenade
Newcastle, BT33 0HH United Kingdom
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Phone:
07849 396394

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