Raku Firing (April) with Joe Robinson
Teacher: Joe Robinson
Join Joe Robinson for a one-day introduction to raku firing at East Creek Art Center in Oregon's coastal mountains. No experience required, just show up, adorn 2 hand-thrown pots, and experience the magic of a raku firing! (Purchase additional pieces to fire for $20 per pot)
Raku pieces are heated to 1,800F and pulled red hot from the kiln. Smoke, flame and excitement abound! Take your pots home the same day. Joe is offering options to extend your experience at East Creek, including free camping on the property on Saturday evening, cabin lodging options for an additional charge, and/or make a personal wood fired pizza for $15 pp. For info on additional options, please email Joe directly: email@example.com
About East Creek: East Creek is a community art studio and ceramics retreat center, situated on 20 acres of lush forest. A historic 40-foot wood fired Anagama kiln is a rare feature of this compound. Built in 1983, the kiln is the second of its kind in the US. East Creek is pleased to host guests overnight with space to camp, tiny cabins and a bunkhouse. Joe has been part of the East Creek community for fifteen years, and has owned the property for four. He has a MFA in Applied Craft + Design from Pacific Northwest College of Art and Oregon College of Art and Craft. For info on lodging and meals, visit https://www.eastcreekart.org/wildcraft
No previous experience necessary. Open to students 16 & up.
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