Shape clay into a bust at this pottery workshop for a good cause at Falcon Grey Ceramics.
We have our fingers crossed that the number of Covid cases continue to drop around the country and that the situation in Auckland gets under control sooner rather than later. Then, we can all drop down a Covid restriction level or two and get back to enjoying life and doing things, like this pottery workshop supporting breast cancer awareness.
The Pottery Workshop for Breast Cancer Awareness takes place at Falcon Grey Ceramic studio (Onehunga Community House) where participants will be able to make their own bespoke mini planter. All materials will be provided—clay, firing and decoration—so all you need to do is get down there and get your hands dirty.
Come up with a design for your mini planter and then, with guidance of owner and ceramist Siriporn Falcon-Grey, manipulate the clay using either the slab building or pinch pot technique. You’ll even be able to add a bust to your planter as well as adding your own decorations and markings before leaving your bespoke pot for firing and picking it up at a later date.
To top it all off, the Pottery Workshop for Breast Cancer Awareness will be donating 50% of the proceeds of the night to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. It’s also BYO so take along a beer or wine and say salut to a good cause.
Pottery Workshop for Breast Cancer Awareness happens on Saturday 16 October at 6pm. Hopefully that’s enough time for us to eliminate this latest outbreak and for you to think up of a design for your own bespoke clay mini planter.
Sign up to the workshop below—and don’t forget to BYO.