Are you intimidated by glaze? Do you find glaze testing too theoretical or too precise? Does the thought of spending hours in the glaze kitchen make you tired?
In this two-day workshop, Internationally known Australian ceramicist, Greg Daly, will simplify both glaze development and application. On day one, you’ll learn quick tools to develop or change a glaze. Imagine mixing up 30 test glazes in 30 minutes and gaining over 200 bits of information from those tests alone! Day two will cover glaze application. Greg will go over application techniques, how to choose glazes, how application alters the outcome.
There is a bonus lecture the day prior to the workshop, in which Greg will cover the history and variety of lustres.
This is a hands-on workshop suitable for all levels.
March 17 – 19, 2020
$245 + gst
- 24 hour studio access
- Full access to the entire Historic Clay District site, including tours
- All supplies and firings
Artist responsible for:
- Small selection of tools (you will be notified of what to bring)
- Accommodations: Onsite housing is available at the BMO Artist Lodge for $200 + GST for 4 days (Check-in March 16, check out March 20). Fee includes a private room with double bed, shared bathrooms and communal living areas. For more information, click here.
A full refund (less a $25 administration fee) is available if you cancel by the registration deadline. If Medalta cancels, or if you need to cancel due to medical reasons (documentation required), you will receive a full refund. For cancellations 2 weeks prior to the workshop, a refund of 50% of the total fee is available. If you cancel within 2 weeks of the start of the workshop or during the workshop, we will be unable to issue any refund.
For more information contact Noriko Masuda: firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg is internationally known and respected as a ceramic artist specialising in rich glaze effects. His work is represented in 24 international book publications, in 80 national and international art galleries and museums (including the National Gallery of Australia and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London), and he has won 36 national and international awards and is the author of three books on glazes.
He has now held 100 solo exhibitions and has also been included in over 250 national and international group exhibitions. He was President of Craft Australia from 1992-1995 and in 1999 he received an ARC grant to research the effect of firing cycles in the development of copper red glazes. In 2019 he was shortlisted for the Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award at the Shepparton Art Museum.