special classes/workshops coming up
Workshop joris link
Mold making/slip casting
Date: Sunday November 18
Time: 12:00 - 15:00 (3 hour workshop)
Price: € 50,-
Incl. materials. coffee/tea
Mold making/ slipcasting
You will be spending this day with Joris Link
He will take you through the steps of making one of his sculptures and will tell you more about the process.
You will also be making a mold of a small object.
We will inform you on what to bring.
To sign up for this workshop, please fill in the form down here or send us an e-mail to email@example.com
About Susan Melo
Born in Rancagua, Chile, 1976
Susan has many years of experience in the field of ceramics.
She used to make ceramic objects in the Atacama dessert in Chili and has given many workshops since 2010.
She has been as a guest teacher in Chile, India, Stockholm in Sweden and The Netherlands.
2017 Frans hals museum purchased one of her vase called Gap Junction 01.
It s part of their private collection
This is an article about her published by KLEI magazine.
Complex handbuilding and decorative techniques are Susan’s main speciality.
She is now doing the last year of art at the ceramics department of the Rietveld academy in Amsterdam.
She lives, studies and works in Amsterdam, NL
TO SIGN UP FOR THIS CLASS, PLEASE SEND US AN E-MAIL:
THROWING LARGE SHAPES
Date: July 9, 2018
Time: 10:00 - 17:00
Price: € 130,-
Incl. materials, coffee/tea and small lunch
Tom and Lennard met each other in the time that Turning Earth was setting up in London in 2013.
Tom is very familiar with the shared studio model that we are building up at Studio PANSA right now. He is specially flying over to Amsterdam to teach this intensive one day workshop!
We are really happy to be able to welcome him at Studio PANSA.
Tom has spent the past six years mastering the art of throwing large porcelain forms, and his exquisite work has attracted the attention of galleries, collectors and ceramics enthusiast world wide. With 156,000 dedicated followers on Instagram, it’s really no surprise that Tom has become one of the shining stars of contemporary ceramics.
In this workshop, Tom will be focusing on increasing your throwing capacity and technique, in order to control and shape larger pieces. By the end of the class, we aim for every student to have built upon their existing knowledge and improve their skills, in the hopes that they will feel much more confident when they come to tackle a large piece of clay.
Please note that students should not expect to take work home at the end of the class. The aim of this masterclass is not to create a finished piece, but for students to come away with skills that they can continue to use and develop in their own practice.
The class is open to those with some previous experience and advanced throwers who wish to learn new techniques. There are 8 spaces available.
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE COURSE
The price includes all clay and materials. There will be tea, coffee and biscuits available throughout the day. And a small lunch.
WHAT TO BRING
Please bring an apron. If you are a big eater, please bring some extra packed lunch.