About the event
Come along to Flowerfield Arts Centre to glaze and fire pre-made pots in the ancient Japanese process of Raku, led by Malcolm Murchison. After glazing, pots are placed in a kiln, followed by sawdust and cold-water. You will take home at least four beautiful pots.
N.B. Caution recommended if you have any history of respiratory illness such as asthma since the workshop will involve proximity to smoke. Please wear older clothes and avoiding man-made fabrics. Long hair should be tied back. A hat is a good idea. You may finish smelling a little of smoke, as if you have been at a garden bonfire. This workshop will take place outdoors and is moderate weather dependent.
Where is it taking place?
Flowerfield Arts Centre
185 Coleraine Road
Who is it suitable for?
No previous experience required.
Suitable ages 18+ years
Hearing-impaired infra-red system in the auditorium and induction loop at Box Office/reception. Guide dog, Hearing dogs and Registered Assistance Dogs are welcome to the venue, including the auditorium.
Wheelchair access is available throughout the building and auditorium for wheelchair seats/transfers. The centre has a low-level counter at our Box Office and Visitor Information desk.
Adapted toilets on ground floor immediately behind the reception and also on first floor. A lift is available from the ground floor to first floor.
When is it taking place?
Saturday 19th August
Price and do you need to book?
£95, £85 concession
Booking required online here, or over the phone.
T: 0044 28 7083 1400
This event is a part of August Craft Month with Craft NI, Northern Ireland’s celebration of craft. Summer 2023 will mark the 17th annual August Craft Month with makers all across Northern Ireland getting involved.
All August Craft Month events are run independently by the event organisers. For questions regarding this event please contact the event organiser directly.