Private workshop
Private workshop
Private workshop

Private workshop

Regular price €90,00
Tax included.

Handbuilding workshop with Robin from Studio Bloei.

Perfect for you and your loved one or a small group of friends and/or family.

The benefits of booking the private workshop is that you can choose a date and time that works best for you (if this also works for me) and that you will be together with your friends and/or family.

This is a handbuilding workshop, we will not work on the pottery wheel.


How does this work?

The first step is to buy your workshop for 1, 2, 3 or 4 participants. I will contact your within 24 hours to talk to you about a date that will work for the both of us and what kind of workshop you like. This can be a 'make your own mug' workshop or a more 'intuitive handbuilding' workshop. I'm open to your suggestions as well!

Pricing

1 participant
€90

2 participants
€80 per person

3 participants
€70 per person

4 participants
€65 per person

Location: Workshop room Studio Bloei. For this workshop I use a room in our house which is renovated and decorated to be my studio and workshop room. 

Duration: approximately 2 hours.

What will be included?

- Coffee, tea, water and some snacks. 

- Clay 

- Pottery tools

- The finishing of your mug in the studio. This means I'll make sure your piece dries evenly, 2 firings and glazing. 

- You can pick up your creations in the studio or I can send the finished pieces to you. This will be an extra €6,95.

What will you be learning?

This class is all about touching clay for the first time, or maybe the second or third time. It doesn’t really matter, because you will learn something new anyway! I will explain a lot about pottery; the process, clay and glazes and how to make something out of a ball of clay.

For who is this workshop?

This workshop is for anyone interested in clay, it doesn’t really matter what your level is. If you are a beginner or more advanced student, everyone is welcome. However I have to say, if you are a more advanced potter, I don’t think I can learn you something new (I am just being honest here). That doesn’t mean your are not welcome! Making something out of nothing is for everyone!

What do I need to bring?

Because we are working with mud basically, I wouldn’t recommend wearing your best dress! You can also bring an apron to protect your cloths and an old kitchen towel to clean your hands.

 

Pictures are made by the very talented Yenis Vega @yenisveg