Ceramic Suspended Sculpture Workshop

Learn to make a suspended ceramic sculpture

6 hours Class size 1 to 15 label $300 or 4 payments of $75 Afterpay

In-person classes are permitted in Victoria, under the state government's guidelines

Your teacher, Slow Life Workshops is COVID-19 aware

This means that this teacher won't run a class if they've had flu symptoms in the last 14 days, and will adhere to relevant state restrictions (e.g. on maximum number of students per class)

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Participants will be seated 1.5 metres apart from others in the workshop. The groups are small, there is a cap of 15 people only in the workshop. Food handling will be dealt with to the highest standard and hand sanitizer will be supplied for all participants.
All materials and surfaces will be disinfected to ensure the highest level of hygeine.

Ceramics is becoming increasingly popular today as people resonate with the restoring qualities of working with clay.

This workshop will equip you with the skills to create an exciting suspended clay sculpture that can be hung from a tree or attached to a wall. You will learn to discern the differences between clay bodies and their capabilities; therefore finding the best clay solution for your project. You can choose from a variety of glazing processes to create different finishes on your sculpture or decide to paint after firing with acrylic paints.

This is a super fun workshop situated on a 6-acre property where the surrounds complement the activity. Created by an acclaimed landscape designer, these gardens are a must-see.

Aside from this class, this teacher also has the following coming up:

Knowledge Required
No sculptural knowledge required.
What you'll get
- Lunch and refreshments are provided to settle those hunger pangs as you work.
- All sculptures will be fired and assembled for attendees and after six weeks will be picked up from an agreed location.
What to bring
An apron or old shirt. Drawings of proposed sculptures.

Langwarrin South, VIC

Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.

Your teacher
Slow Life Workshops
Slow Life Workshops

Hi my name is Leah Bright and I am a practicing artist and a teacher. For as long as I can remember I have loved to create artworks. I majored in Sculpture at University, creating large scale works and today my focus is using the combination of ceramics, drawing and painting. Ceramics is a process that completely grounds me. I love to discover it nuances, textures and ability to take on integral forms and structures.

I have a Bachelor degree in Fine Arts and a Dip Ed in Teaching. I have been practicing as an artist for 20 years and have been teaching in a Secondary School for 17 years. After majoring in sculpture at University, I discovered the love for how things are structured and formed.

The concept of Slow Life Workshops has grown from a desire to reconnect with the quiet self, whilst creating art in a magical setting. All workshops are held in inspirational environments. These locations are chosen for their beauty and their ability to transcend people on their personal journey.

Teaching art is a wonderful opportunity to share knowledge about skills and processes and to help facilitate individual’s to explore their inner artist. My teaching style is energetic and enthusiastic where students are encouraged to let themselves evolve.

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