Cone 10 Gas Firing Workshop
Event Dates and Times:
March 26 (1:00 pm - 4:00 pm)
Bring your bisqueware to fire in our new Bailey Gas Reduction Kiln. This is an atmospheric kiln that limits the amount of oxygen in the kiln. The kiln fires to 2381 degrees. Students will bring bisque-fired work to glaze during the workshop, and then we will load the kiln together. The kiln will be fired after the workshop, with all work ready to pick up one week later. This workshop will take place outdoors in our Kiln Shelter. It is appropriate for intermediate and advanced students.
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