Colored Porcelain Tableware Set Workshop

at Wilcoxson Brooklyn Ceramics - Greenpoint

Course Details
$155 2 seats left
Start Date:

Sat, Aug 15, 10:00am - 4:00pm Eastern Time

Greenpoint, Brooklyn
67 West St Ground Fl #1
At Noble St
Brooklyn, New York 11222
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 10

What you'll learn in this handbuilding class:

This workshop is a hand building course using slabs of porcelain to build functional tableware, mainly tumblers, or cups, perfect for coffee, tea or any other beverage.

In the workshop, we will apply colored clay "slips" to the surface of the cups and create decorative patterns in blue, black, gray and pink.

Workshop participants will make at least 2 plates, 2 bowls, and 4 mugs that will be finished with glaze. The items can be picked up 2 weeks after the workshop.

Fee includes: Clay, tools, aprons, glaze, and firing.

Our workshop is a beginner level class with no previous experience required.

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Refund Policy
No refund, credit only if canceled one week prior to the class.


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What's the wheel used in this class?
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Hi William! The school used the hand building process. Not the wheel.

Reviews of Classes at Wilcoxson Brooklyn Ceramics (136)

(136 Reviews)
Colored Porcelain Tableware Set Workshop
Reviewed by Anonymous on 1/19/2020
We only had 3 colors to pic from for the porcelain ware. I really wish we were informed about this in advance or atleast given a choice of colors for extra charges. I was very disappointed with the comor choices since I went in with a few ideas of the colors I wanted to play with while making the porcelain ware
Colored Porcelain Tableware Set Workshop
Reviewed by Erika K. on 9/17/2019
Such a great class, wonderful space and super inviting vibes. Really enjoyed the way that Kevin gave us background on porcelain and some basic understandings and his very encouraging ways! Highly recommend taking!
Colored Porcelain Tableware Set Workshop
Reviewed by Anonymous on 10/14/2018
This was the most unpretentious art class I’ve ever attended and I mean that in the best way possible. It’s a very open and welcoming space and Kevin was great. I highly recommend taking any of the classes here.
Colored Porcelain Tableware Set Workshop
Reviewed by Liz F. on 11/19/2017
Incredibly warm and encouraging space! Plenty of room for creativity. I was genuinely impressed by how willing the instructors were to try to understand the effect students were trying to create and then helping to achieve it. Such a great value -- will 100% be going back for another class and look forward to seeing what type of classes will be offered in the future.
Colored Porcelain Tableware Set Workshop
Reviewed by Sue A. on 11/18/2019
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Wilcoxson Brooklyn Ceramics

Specializing in fine ceramics, each porcelain piece is handmade combining traditional Mingei style Japanese Art and Industrial Design to make a “New Modern” style of functional porcelain. Mingei is the handcrafted art of ordinary people and coined by Yanagi Soetsu, who saw beauty in the ordinary...

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