Raku Workshop

Raku is an ancient Japanese technique that dates back to the 16th century. What makes Raku interesting is the final firing process. The ceramic piece or pot is created in advance to the day of the firing. The ceramic piece is fired in a normal kiln for its first fire (bisque), then when cooled down, and then glazed using a special low fire raku glaze. On the day of the firing, an outside kiln is heated with either wood or propane. The ceramic pots are then placed into kiln, fired for about 40 to 50 minutes, and then while still hot, the piece is then placed in a combustible material such as sawdust or newspaper. As the piece cools, the variety of colours on the pot starts to show. Each ceramic piece is a one of a kind!

Fee: Fee for Raku Workshop is Rs. 3000. 

Class Duration: 5 days

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