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Event Series Event Series: Crazy Clay Mornings – Term 1 2024

Crazy Clay: Make & Glaze

Fridays 19 & 26 January @ 9am - 12pm | ages 6+

January 19 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Crazy Clay: Make & Glaze holiday workshop in Auckland

Let your child’s imagination run wild as they discover the calming and creative aspects of working with clay. In the Crazy Clay: Make and Glaze workshop Jino will teach your children clay techniques and give lot’s of project ideas, They will create their own interesting characters, ornaments, and keepsakes to enjoy. The first session your child will design and make lots of fun items. The second session their projects will be ready and waiting to be brought to life as they are painted and fired again to form durable and strong treasures.

This workshop has two parts:
Session One:  Friday 19 January      9am – 12pm          Children make and create
Session Two:  Friday 26 January      9am – 10:30am    Children decorate and glaze

About the Crazy Clay tutor Jino:

Jino is an experienced tutor and ceramicist. He has worked with clay and in different clay centres for many years with his preferred personal work being on the wheel.
See his tutor profile here. He is passionate about all things ceramic and will help and guide children to ‘fire up’ their imagination.
He will give them confidence to get stuck in and let their hands do their thing!

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Suitable for ages 6 – 12 years


January 19
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Jino Jeong


One-off Workshop


Studio 1
35 Uxbridge Road
Auckland, 2014 New Zealand
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(09) 535 6467


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About Your Tutor:

Jino Jeong

Jino Jeong

Jino Jeong is an Auckland-based ceramicist. Jino was born in Seoul and trained in ceramics at Kyunggi University in South Korea. He then spent a year at the highly prestigious Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute in China, the only dedicated university to ceramic arts in China. Now living in Auckland, Jino works from his studio experimenting with scale and glaze to create a unique body of work. He now teaches our Pottery for Beginners course Awards 2018 Portage award, Honorable mention, NZ…