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Ceramic vase/planter workshop with Lily from Lil Ceramics - February 29th
Ceramic vase/planter workshop with Lily from Lil Ceramics - February 29th
Ceramic vase/planter workshop with Lily from Lil Ceramics - February 29th
Ceramic vase/planter workshop with Lily from Lil Ceramics - February 29th
Ceramic vase/planter workshop with Lily from Lil Ceramics - February 29th

Ceramic vase/planter workshop with Lily from Lil Ceramics - February 29th

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Limited to 7 people

Get dirty (with clay) have fun with Lily from Lil Ceramics.

Bring a friend...

This is a fun hands-on workshop for beginners, you will be hand building your very own pottery vase using slab and pinching techniques.

Make your own vase or planter and get creative with shape, texture/pattern and decoration techniques.

Your completed piece will be bisque fired, glazed and glaze fired, ready for you to collect approximately 3 - 4 weeks after your workshop.

Includes all materials and equipment, clay, glaze and 2 kiln fireings.

Some tasty nibbles and drinks are also provided.

Date: Saturday February 29th

Time: 10am - 1pm

Cost: $135

Info: Once you’ve secured your spot we’ll be in touch closer to the date to provide any further info, in the meantime please email lily@lilceramics.co.nz for answers to those niggling questions.


The Artist: Lily is an artist/mother/wife/coffee addict working at further doings studio in Grey Lynn and her home studio at Muriwai Beach on Auckland's wild west coast, working under the name Lil Ceramics (@lil.ceramics)

"I studied visual arts at MIT and more recently I discovered a passion for getting my hands dirty and working with clay.

I like to surround myself with beautiful and inspiring objects, I am inspired by curves, lines, symmetry, hot kilns, smooth clay, messy studios, rolling hills, damp forests, westcoast sunsets, hot coffee and wind-swept beaches.

I love the process of working with the raw materials and the connection from creating something functional to be enjoyed and used everyday." Lily


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