RAKU FiRINGFlin Flon, Manitoba
Crafts, Other — Behind-the-scenes
Raku firing is expressive, exciting and fun. Whether you’re raku firing in your own studio or taking part in a group raku firing at a school, workshop or community center, raku offers many rewards. Raku firing is one of the most exciting processes in ceramics. After you place your pottery into a raku kiln, the anticipation builds as you wait for that final moment when the intense heat begins to melt the raku glazes. When you remove the pieces when the glazes begin to melt, you can feel the heat and hear the pings your red hot work rapidly cooling, then it’s into the raku combustibles for a round of flame and smoke. Many surprises await you as you clean the surface and reveal the wonders of raku pottery.
This activity is in English.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Pottery, Raku Pottery
|Fri 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 30 Sep||11:00 AM to 1:00 PM|
|Sun 01 Oct||No events scheduled.|
Flin Flon, Manitoba
Creekside Park WILD THINGS OUTDOOR MARKET
in the WILD THINGS OUTDOOR MARKET on Creekside
Flin Flon Arts Council
The Flin Flon Arts Council is a non profit organization in the northern mining town of Flin Flon, MB. It aims to increase and to diversify the opportunities for citizens of Flin Flon and surrounding district to enjoy and to participate in cultural activities. We LOVE Culture Days!
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