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Japanese Ikebana & Oribe Style Pottery Workshop


Join Tania Kunze for Vessels for Flowers, based on traditional Japanese Ikebana and Oribe style pottery.

Learn how to make a display bowl or vase using Japanese inspired techniques, incorporate textures from nature and organic making methods to connect you with the clay. The      finished forms will have a textured exterior and smooth interior that encourages contemplation as your eye is drawn from one surface to another. Finished pots will be suitable for indoor or outdoor use.

As a clay and mixed media artist specialising in making and teaching art with meaning, a ceramic tour of Japan In 2017 encouraged Tania to be more playful and experimental with her making processes which is passionately shared.

All materials and tools provided

“Clay is a wonderful, absorbing material, I can’t wait to share my stories and techniques” Tania Kunze

Earlier Event: August 30
Introduction to Modern Calligraphy
Later Event: September 29
Papermaking with Jeninda