Kohiki bowls workshop
Kohiki pottery is a traditional Japanese pottery technique that dates back to the 16th century. Kohiki pottery is characterized by its simple and rustic appearance. It is created by applying a layer of white slip (a mixture of clay and water) over a dark, iron-rich clay body.
This workshop is suitable for students who want to get a short experience on how to make bowls by using pottery wheel as medium and creates pattern in “Kohiki way” which gives the pottery its distinctive appearance with applying white slip only.
This class is beginner friendly.
2 bowls (1.2kg iron clay)
Tues / Fri 2pm-4pm
Sat / Sun 10am-12pm /2pm-4pm
Included 2hours pottery making & 1hour painting session ,materials and firing fee.
Beary Potter Studio (Cheras C180 branch)
- Tools will be provided in class.
- In order to ensure the safety of students and staffs in the studio workspace, we only offer 6 seats for each class. Please make your booking earlier to secure your seat.