Pinch Pots with Rachel & Nathan from Kaki Studio
Hand-build your very own pinch pots with artists Rachel and Nathan from Kaki Studio in this dual hands-on pottery session.
Kaki is a Malaysian way to describe those who are like-minded. Kindred spirits. We thought what better than bringing you not one of these talented artists but both in a big, fun class for all levels.
You will learn to make balanced, beautiful and useful ceramics to add ritual and care to everyday living using the pinch pot technique. A pinch pot is a simple form of hand-made pottery that has been used for centuries to create work and is an easy one to replicate at home.
This class is fluid, design mugs with handles, vases for flowers or sculptural pieces. There will be enough time for you to make at least 2 small to medium sized vessels/mugs and spoons to accompany.
All works will be glazed and fired for you with a white glaze, which is included in the cost of your class. Works will be available within ~ 6 weeks of the class date from the Stackwood store. You will be contacted when they are ready to pick up.
There are no previous skills required, simply bring your authentic self.
All tools, materials and light morning tea will be provided.
Participants are welcome to bring along their own aprons or borrow one of ours. This class gets messy!
Date and time
Saturday 5th of June, 10:00am - 1:00pm
About Kaki Studio
Kaki Studio was created by Nathan Karnovsky and Rachel Chew to share their love for objects made with care. They make things they would love in their own life and find that others want and love them too. Always learning new ways to mix function with beautiful design, Kaki Studio bring lessons from their daily life into everything they make.
Images by Rae Fallon
* Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.
* A huge amount of care is exercised when finishing off your precious hand-made items. Please note that clay is unpredictable and on rare occasions, items break in the kiln. Glazes can also look a little different to how you expected them to, this is all a part of the fun of perfecting your craft!