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Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group
Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group
Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group
Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group
Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group
Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group
Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group

Ceramic Keep Cup Workshop with Richard Naylor - email to book this workshop for your group

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Create your own unique ceramic travel cup and drink your coffee/tea in style, plus made a bowl or planter to match.

Time: 3 hours

Cost: $135

Limited to 8 people

Includes all materials (including a silicon lid for your keep cup), required equipment, glazing of your finished pieces, 2 kiln firings and a delicious morning tea.

This is a fun hands-on workshop for beginners, you will be hand building your very own keep cups via a coiling technique using a variety of marbled clays. You will learn how to prepare the clay and refine your shape to produce an awesome product, and how to adapt the technique to make a variety of other items. If we have enough time, you may also come away with a side plate and small cup or tumbler.
Your completed pieces will be bisque fired, glazed and fired again ready for you to collect approximately 3-4 weeks after your workshop.

Info: Once you’ve secured your spot we’ll be in touch closer to the date to provide any further info, in the meantime browse our Workshop FAQ’s (coming soon) for answers to those niggling questions.


The Artist: Richard has been making ceramics for almost 20 years since he trained in Japan. He teaches at Auckland Studio Potters and is a professional potter who supplies a number of restaurants here in Auckland and in Paris. He works on the wheel and handbuilds a variety of domesticware and sculptural ceramics that sell in a number of galleries around NZ.


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