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Pottery for Beginners – Handbuilding Techniques

February 21 | 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Pottery - Handbuilding

Venue

Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
84F, 17D Main, Koramangala 6 block, Bangalore 95
Bangalore, India
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Organizer

Bloom and Grow, Koramangala

Hand-building Pottery – Beginners Workshop in Bangalore

Indulge yourself in some clay time. Beat the heat with some cool clay play. Here is a much-awaited pottery workshop on Hand-building with Clay.

The workshop includes basic techniques like pinching, coiling and slab making. Hand-building pottery is the basic start one needs to learn in order to work with clay as a hobby or profession. Connecting with the clay and understanding different forms will give more exposure to building bigger articles. Before you start using the wheel, basic hand-building is very important.

Workshop schedule includes –
1. Understanding clay
2. Understanding of how the raw clay is processed to a usable article
3. Pinching method
4. Coil method
5. Slab making method
6. Drying and firing methods(theory only)
7. Paints, varnish n glazing methods(theory only)

This hand-building pottery session covers the different methods of working with clay.

In this workshop, participants will learn the art of moulding easy and beautiful hand built articles.

Pottery also plays an important role in one’s health and is also used as a form of therapy. Working with clay helps –

  • To bring out your creative thought process
  • Is Meditative in nature
  • Improves focus and instills calmness
  • Improves Motor skills
Age: 8 & above

Date: 21st February 2020
Day: Sunday
Time: 3 pm to 6 pm
Fee: Rs 1500 (Including all materials)
Venue: Bloom and Grow, Koramangala

Booking fee – Rs 500+taxes (Balance can be paid during the workshop)

Participants are restricted in no. to ensure covid protocols.

About Bloom and Grow:
 
Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.