ADULT WORKSHOPS

ADULT WORKSHOP 1

HAND-BUILDING WITH THROWING DEMONSTRATION

 

Have your first experience with making pottery or learn new techniques at the Singapore Clay Festival!    

Experienced instructors from Clay-Street will guide you on how to make a mug, bowl and tealight holder at this workshop.

In addition, be inspired to learn new skills by watching a master potter throwing on a wheel!

Book a workshop now!

 

Dates: Fri 19, Sat 20 or Sun 21 November

Time: 10.30 am to 12.30 pm

Venue: Pantry, Academy block, Enabling Village

 

Price: $80 per person, including all materials and firing

No. of participants per workshop: 10

 

Note: All works made at the workshops are to be collected after firing from Clay-Street, 115A Commonwealth Dr, #02-04, Singapore 149596

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ADULT WORKSHOP 2

SURFACE DECORATION TECHNIQUES AND DEMONSTRATIONS

 

Expand your vocabulary in decorating pottery at the Singapore Clay Festival!    

Experienced instructors from Clay-Street will show and guide you on how to decorate using the following methods:

• Slip trailing on bisqueware

• Painting with underglazes

• Watercolour effects

Demonstrations on newsprint transfer, Mishima and Sgraffito will also be demonstrated by an expert potter.

Book a workshop now!

Dates: Fri 19, Sat 20 or Sun 21 November

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

Venue: Pantry, Academy block, Enabling Village

 

Price: $80 per person, including all materials and firing

No. of participants per workshop: 10

 

Note: All works made at the workshops are to be collected after firing from Clay-Street, 115A Commonwealth Dr, #02-04, Singapore 149596

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Facilitators

Chew Seow Phuang is a master potter with an experience of more than 30 years as a full time ceramic artist. He has conducted and participated in multiple workshops and exhibitions in Singapore and abroad.

 

Mona Malhotra is a trained textile designer and a practising ceramic artist with an experience of over 13 years as a pottery instructor in Singapore and Malaysia. She is actively involved in conducting pottery classes for all age levels. Mona has conducted various corporate workshops and also organised pottery firing workshops as well as successfully curated exhibitions in Singapore and Malaysia.

Please note the Covid-19 safe management measures for our workshops.

CHILDREN WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN AGED 5-9

SLAB, PINCH, SCULPT!

Young children will enjoy this hands-on beginner’s pottery-making workshop at the Singapore Clay Festival.

Daphne Pok has extensive experience in leading children’s pottery sessions. She will show and guide participants to make an animal plate or bowl/pot/cup using slab work and pinching techniques. Children will paint their creations with underglaze, and their bisqued works will be dipped in transparent glaze and fired.

 

Book a workshop now!

 

Dates: Fri 19 or Mon 22 November

Time: 5 pm to 6.30 pm

Venue: Pantry, Academy block, Enabling Village

 

Price: $75 per child, including all materials and firing for one item. Additional item: S$20 each.

No. of participants per workshop: 5

Please provide the age and gender of the child registered.

Note: All works made at the workshops are to be collected after firing from Clay-Street, 115A Commonwealth Dr, #02-04, Singapore 149596

To Book, Please Email the Facilitator at daphnechee08@gmail.com

 

WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN AGED 9-12

GETTING BETTER AT POTTERY

This workshop at the Singapore Clay Festival is designed for older children with some pottery experience and skills.

Daphne Pok has extensive experience in leading children’s pottery sessions. She will show and guide the participants as they make a volcano incense burner or a sculpted vase. Projects may vary according to the age and experience of registrants.

Book a workshop now!

Dates: Sat 20 or Sun 21 November

Time: 5 pm to 6.30 pm

Venue: Pantry, Academy block, Enabling Village

 

Price: $75 per child, including all materials and firing for one item. Additional item: S$20 each.

No. of participants per workshop: 5

Please provide the ages and gender of the child registered.

Note: All works made at the workshops are to be collected after firing from Clay-Street, 115A Commonwealth Dr, #02-04, Singapore 149596

To Book, Please Email the Facilitator at daphnechee08@gmail.com

 

Facilitator

Daphne Pok started pottery in Hong Kong two decades ago and has since exhibited work as well as completed commissioned pieces for auctions and private collections. Previously a practicing architect and volunteer tutor for underprivileged children, Daphne is now turning her attention to her work as a potter. She has a strong passion for education, and has experience leading children’s pottery sessions in Shanghai. She also holds a certificate in Teaching for Special Learning Differences from the Dyslexic Association of Singapore.

Please note the Covid-19 safe management measures for our workshops.