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Raccoon Cup | Family & Adult Workshop | Lantzville location

Terms & Agreements (Click to Expand)
  • Workshops are charged by the hour and that I see the amount of time estimates to complete. However the amount of time will fluctuate depending on the artist.
  • All projects are completed in studio and I cannot take materials home to complete.
  • I have read the workshop frequently asked questions and polices, as seen here.
  • I acknowledge the quantity box below is the number of stations I am booking.
  • The general pick-up timelines for artwork are as follows:
    - Clay - Ready in 5 days
    - Oven-Bake Ditto Clay - Ready in 2 days
    - Paintings - Ready in 2 days
Join us this September for our Raccoon Cup Workshop! Meet with friends and have fun while learning hand-building to create this incredibly cute raccoon / trash panda cup!

Cost 1 person $15/hr or 2 people for $20/hr
Materials White or brown speckle stoneware, glazes
Techniques and Skills
You Will Learn
Hand building, glazing
Approx. Size 3in height × 3in diameter
Ages

Family Workshop: ages 6+ (children ages 6-12 must be joined by an adult participant who is also registered in the workshop)

Recommended Minimum Booking Times

Building time: 1.5–2 hours
Glazing time: 1–1.5 hours (you can book your glazing time 7 days after your building day)

As you would expect, it is really hard to know exactly how much time you will need. Every artist is different and often you may want to practice a bit before making your final piece.

Sessions Required 2 or more. You will need to attend the studio for at least 1 building session and 1 glazing session as we will need to fire the clay before you can glaze.


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