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Event Series Event Series: Fired up Kids – Term 4 2024

Fired Up Kids

Mondays 14 October - 9 December @ 3:45pm - 5:15pm

December 2 @ 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm

CLAY Fired Up Kids afterschool classes

In this class kids will:

In the Fired Up Kids class your child will learn the basic skills to create fun pieces of pottery. Our clay tutor Raewyn will teach them coiling, slab building and pinch pots methods. These techniques are widely used in pottery and allow to make a variety of of awesome pieces!
Kids will have the opportunity to have a go on the potters wheel so old clothes are the go to wear to pottery class, as it can get messy.
After the sculpting of their creations, they will paint them with bright colour glazes to make them decorative and functional!

This class is the opportunity for kids to express themselves by making.
Kids will take home their fun and colourful creations afterwards!

 

Who is this class suitable for?

Fired Up Kids is for kids ages 6-12 years. It caters for all levels, new students and also returning ones too.
This class will suit young ones who like to get messy.

What to bring:

Nothing to bring in terms of supplies, but please wear old clothes/ art clothes as pottery can be messy.

 

About the tutor:

Jino is an Auckland-based ceramicist who has won multiple awards and now teaches clay classes in addition to creating projects in his own studio. See his tutor profile here.

 

What students say about this Fired Up Kids class:

Anna P. (December 2022)
My 6.5 year old daughter absolutely loved her pottery classes at Uxbridge. Creative, relaxing, even therapeutic. Tutors nice and kind.

Details

Date:
December 2
Time:
3:45 pm - 5:15 pm
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Tutor

Jino Jeong

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Duration
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Location

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

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…


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