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Summer Art School - Build a Village Monday - Ceramic Worksho

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The Incubator

Engaging active and creative ceramic workshop offering close supervision and plenty of guidance from a professional ceramic artist of many years.

Students will be provided with a kilo of white clay to build the house or houses they desire in a small friendly and supportive environment. Class size is a maximum of 12 so participants will be working alongside Deb Fleming who will be demonstrating techniques and sharing her knowledge to achieve the best possible outcomes. Students will have the option of choosing an array of colours and finishes to suit their creative vibe and experience.

Tutor: Deb Fleming
Date: Monday 10th January
Time: 1.30 – 4pm

All materials supplied.

In this workshop Deb is keen to give everyone lots of support and encouragement in the form of feedback, techniques, and tools to achieve each participant individual artistic expression. The result will be a long-lasting, outstanding expression of who you are in the form of clay houses.

A long history in ceramic art has brought Deb to this place, where she wants to share what she has learned and experienced. Recently completing a master’s in visual art with ceramics at Otago, her experience as a self-employed ceramic storyteller since the late 70s has culminated in having a lot of creativity to offer.

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