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  1. Come and watch throwing techniques using a potters wheel with Rob Miller this Saturday.
  2. All welcome to this mega art show - 2 wall artists and 6 ceramic artists. 3-6pm Friday 15th December
  3. Galeria Sol Mexicano will have pottery hand-building demonstrations by Ceramic artist Rob Miller from 12 until 3pm on Saturday 25th February, in conjunction with a re-run of the artist reception held earlier this month. There will also be an opportunity to hear Phyllis Rauch give a short talk about the work and life of her late husband, artist Georg Rauch at 1pm and 2pm. Karen Spencer will also be on hand to talk about the inspirations for her photography. The exhibition will continue until March 5th.
  4. Second Raku Pottery Class Joe Smith, instructor Three Tuesdays, October 20& 27, Nov 3, 10am – 1pm. 850p (includes instruction, materials, glazes and firing) (100p deposit to hold place in class) Raku is a six-hundred year-old Japanese tradition of firing pottery by loading pots into a hot kiln and 20 minutes later unloading the glowing hot pots and reloading with more pots. We will add the Western process of placing the red hot pots in combustible materials to bring out metallic sheens in the glazes. Students will have hands-on experience in all steps of the process. Hand-building and wheel-throwing will be taught in the class. No previous experience is necessary, but advanced students are welcome. Joe Smith has over 40 years experience teaching. To register, contact Jan at adobestudio@gmail.com
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