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Date: Sat 18 September 2021
Location: Sing See Soon Experiential Garden Centre @ 5 Simei Lane S528710
Slipcasting was invented by the Peruvians 2000 years ago to make panpipes. Due to its precision and consistency, it is the main method for producing fine porcelain today.
Come join Rayn in this four-hours basic workshop where you will make, decorate and bring home two pots at the end of the session!
In contrast to wheel-throwing, which is highly motor-skill centric, slipcasting uses moulds to produce predetermined forms. All participants will be able to produce a pot on first try and proceed to decorating it by painting, carving, piercing, attaching embellishments, etc.
Those who are brave and inclined can even alter and reshape their pots into airplant planters, hanging planters, ashtrays, carafe, lamp base, etc.
Pots will be available for collection 3 weeks after. Please remember to bring your own box/ packaging.
Participants can continue into the intermediate workshop (3 days) where they will learn slipcast pottery design, Clay modelling, mould-making, and, produce a 6 piece cup/ carafe set for home use/ gifting - additional pieces chargeable.
*Due to the weight of the moulds (13kg/set), this course is not suitable for children under 13 years old. Do check out our kid-friendly pottery painting session on Sunday 19 September.
SEE YOU SOON !
Please note: This workshop has a minimum participant of 6 pax, max. 12pax. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused due to class cancellation if subscription is less than 6 pax. A minimum of 48 hours’ notice will be given with full refund issued. We hope for your kind understanding on this issue.
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Covid Safety Measures: With reference to the current safety measures – please note that masks will have to be worn at all times during the workshop. You may sign up and join the workshop in groups of no more than 5 – and we encourage only fully vaccinated groups.