Painting with Fire: Native American Firing Techniques
Experience the exciting ceramic firing techniques of raku and saggar firing. Raku is a traditional process from 16th century Japan that produces a rainbow of colors and effects. Burnishing and saggar firing involves techniques similar to Native American and Classical Greek pottery, and results in beautiful pinks, oranges, and earth tones. With seven days in this longer session to make and fire, there will be plenty of time to actively take part in both of these magical firing methods.
NOTE: This workshop combines a 5-day class with the following 2-day weekend class. Please pay careful attention to the start and end date as there is no other workshop on the same timeframe. See a detailed schedule. The housing choices below include both room and board; meals will not show separately in the cart.