Raku is a Japanese pottery technique traditionally for making cups used in tea ceremonies. The raku clay is molded by hand and fired in a raku kiln. The glaze is applied before the raku firing and while still glowing hot, the piece is removed from the kiln, suffering a thermal shock, and then immediately placed in a container with wood chips in order to smoke the naked ceramic.
This workshop will be offered by Tania Nasr and Tarek Mourad.
We are happy to offer this Raku workshop in three sessions following this schedule:
Hand forming a Japanese teacup (or bowl). – 2 hours – Saturday 26/06 from 9am to 11am or from 11am to 1pm.
Bisque Firing – Saturday 03/07 from 9am to 2pm.
Raku Firing – Saturday 10/07 from 9am to 11am or from 11am to 1pm.
The fees for this workshop are 475.000LL with all materials included for the production of one teacup/bowl per participant.
This workshop takes place in our garden and we are limiting it to 6 participants per session in order to respect Covid19 restrictions. We cannot reserve spots and registration & payment must be made by Friday 25/06 in order to guarantee your spot. This workshop is for 18+.
If you need any additional information or have any questions, feel free to send us a message!