Intermediate Raku Firing
Event Dates and Times:
June 3 (5:00 pm - 8:00 pm) - June 24
4 Fridays, June 3 – June 24
Raku is an ancient pottery technique where pots are taken from the kiln while still glowing red hot, then placed in a combustible material, such as sawdust or newspaper. This intermediate class will give you an introduction to the fundamentals of Raku glazes, firing temperatures, timing, and the most appropriate combustible material for your desired result. Raku is an exciting technique because it’s quick, fiery, and the results are unpredictable.
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Union Project is committed to being accessible to all. The building is wheelchair accessible via the side door on Stanton Avenue, and an accessible parking spot is located just outside that door. Service animals are always welcome, and ASL interpretation can be provided on request. Please let us know what accommodations we can make to ensure your experience is positive, contact Michelle Clesse at 412-363-4550 or email@example.com if you have specific accommodations or needs.
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