Manipulating Glazes

$525.00 inc GST

Saturday & Sunday (date TBC) 10am – 5pm
+ results follow-up Sunday (date TBC) , 2pm – 4pm

This workshop is for beginner & intermediate potters who are confident in mixing their own glazes and wish to take their glazing to the next level via manipulation of existing glazes.

We will be running another one of these workshops in early 2024 – sign up to the waiting list below to hear when the new dates are announced.

All materials, equipment, tiles for testing and firings; as well as lunch & refreshments (lunch provided for Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th).

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Learn about the effects of manipulating glazes, & what happens when you mix & change the glaze ingredients in order to explore different glaze effects. This hands-on workshop covers how to do line blends, and then bi-axial blends, tri-axial blends, measuring the specific gravity of glazes and beyond. There will be discussions on the theories of glaze manipulation and historical glaze experimentation. How are glaze components calculated properly? What are the limits?

Come along & experiment with us!

The tests will all be fired, and then the group gets together again a week later to discuss the results and ask more questions.

Students are encouraged to bring some of their own bisqued STONEWARE work to glaze if they would like. Students are required to bring their own safety gear, such as respirators/P2 face masks and enclosed shoes.

Isaac Patmore

Isaac is a ceramic artist and educator with over 20 years experience in clay. In that time, Isaac has worked across a wide range of ceramic techniques and finishes – including wheel throwing, hand-building, slab work, slip casting, hump/slump moulds, decorating and glazing; and has taught across a diverse range of the community. Isaac is a self-confessed ‘Glaze Nerd’, and is currently ongoing further training in glaze technology. His previous Glaze Workshops have sold out so get in quick!

Covid Safety Plan
Our 2023 COVID Safety Plan is in accordance with the current Tasmanian Government COVID-19 Guidelines.

This may change, and we will always err on the side of caution to keep our most vulnerable community members safe.
Cancellation Policy
If you are unable to attend your booked workshop please notify us as soon as possible.

If we are able to find someone to take your place in the workshop you will be refunded 90% of the workshop fee. If we are unable to find someone to take your place in the workshop you will be refunded 50% of the workshop fee.

No refund will be given if you cancel within 7 days of the workshop date.

If you have already attended part of the workshop, no refund is given for the remaining sessions/days.

If the workshop is cancelled by MUDDLE Ceramics Workshop then you will be refunded in full.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, unfortunately if it says that it is sold out on the website, it is indeed sold out and we can’t fit any more people in, we’re sorry.

SOON? Yes! There’s always more in the works. To find out when new dates get announced please sign up for our newsletter.

We get asked a lot if we offer a firing service, and unfortunately, we don’t. The only place we know of in Hobart that has a kiln hire/firing service is Derwent Ceramics in Moonah.

Unfortunately we are unable to offer casual or temporary studio hire.

Our wheels are all in use for our classes, so we’re sorry but we are unable to offer any of our pottery wheels for hire. The same goes for all of our other equipment and tools.

We don’t have Gift Vouchers available to purchase, we’re sorry.

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