Pottery is an art involving earth, water and fire. Examples of antique pottery and contemporary design stimulate workshop participants to a hands-on exploration of pottery making and decorating techniques, while learning interesting tidbits about the art of pottery. Together, children and grown-ups use unformed, natural clay to build forms by hand, translating imagination into art through creativity.
The origins of ceramics: In July’s sessions, a 7,000-year-old painted pot and a clay figure will take you through a journey of initiation into the primeval art of pottery.
Curation: Nikos Liaros, Archaeologist – Ceramist
Design–Implementation: Erianna Arvaniti, Educator – Ceramist, Thalassini Bratsou, Art Historian – Ceramist
Tuesday 30/07 | 18.30-20.30
Up to 20 participants per workshop
Free admission via online preregistration
Preregistrations links are provided to Members via the SNFCC Members Newsletter.