Dates: course postponed due to Canberra lockdown
Course length: 3 days, 9:30am - 4:30pm
Visiting Artist: Chris Harford
Class materials and firings included
Please bring along your apron or messy clothing. Covered shoes are essential.
Course includes lunch break, please bring own refreshments
In this workshop students will be taught the techniques to make each of the wheel-thrown components required to make a teapot and how to bring these together into a fully functional piece. A discussion on the aesthetics and function of this, the most complex of forms will be part of the course.
Intermediate wheel knowledge will be of advantage in this course. Throwers at this level are in a better position to enhance their skill set.
As spaces are very limited enrol now to secure your place in this inspiring workshop
About the Artist
Chris Harford is a full-time ceramic artist visiting from Canberra, known for his refined wheel-thrown tableware and teapots, and has been a professional potter for 35 years. High-fired stoneware and porcelain functional work has always been a major focus of his practice. Currently he designs and makes contemporary tableware for a number of prestigious Canberra restaurants, dinner sets for private clients, commissions and pieces for exhibition.
to learn more visit his website HERE