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Class/Workshop Details

Raku & Beyond

Raku & Beyond

Friday (5:30 pm) 04/23/21 to Friday (8:30 pm) 05/21/21

Fridays, 5-Week Session | Clay at $20 a bag | Instructor Casey O'Connor | Register by April 20

Fallbrook School of the Arts
310 E. Alvarado St., Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6383 | email
In Historic Downtown Fallbrook

Details

What is Raku? Ceramic pots are taken from the Raku kiln (while they are still glowing red hot) and placed in a material that catches fire easily, such as newspaper which gives the glaze a wonderful variety of colors! You’re invited to join us on Friday evenings to create various projects to be enhanced by the Raku process. Artist Instructor Casey O’Connor will guide you through the Raku process, saggar firing, Raku glazes and other alternative firing practices. This hands-on class is exciting, fun and perfect for potters of all skill levels. Clay is not included and is available at $20 per 25lb bag of any variety. No outside clay or ceramic art is allowed.

 

April 23 - May 21, 2021

Fridays, 5-Week Session

5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

$150

Adults - All skill levels

Registration deadline: April 20

 

Please note: Due to COVID-19, masks are required by everyone at all times while at the Fallbrook School of the Arts. Our classrooms have been re-arranged to meet social distancing guidelines, and we will be taking student temperatures upon arrival. We thank you in advance for helping to keep everyone safe!

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Raku and Beyond
Raku and Beyond
Raku and Beyond
Raku and Beyond
Age Group(s):
Adult
Experience:
All Skill Levels
Mediums:
Ceramics
Casey O'Connor

Casey O'Connor

Staff Instructor

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HOURS

Monday - Saturday
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Closed Sunday & major holidays

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