Join us on October 28 & 29, from 9am – 5pm, for some raku-tastic fun!
Now is your chance to learn all about raku, the fascinating firing process, developed in 16th century Japan. Experience the fun of a Raku firing first-hand while learning the process of glazing and the meaning and aesthetics of Raku. October 28, Art Center students are invited to bring their own creations (made from raku clay) for glazing and firing. Are you a total beginner? No problem! Buy pre-made pieces to paint and fire, right before your very eyes. It takes 2 hours to go from glazing to loveliness. Then, on October 29, bring the whole family for more raku fun. In addition to glazing and firing, we’ll be offering face-painting, leaf printing, and silk screening for the kids.
See you there!