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Glaze workshop dates 2022

Glaze test colour blend

I will be teaching a number of of glaze workshops in 2022. There will be workshops on understanding colour in glazes in London, Buckinghamshire, Sussex and Devon. I am excited to be teaching a workshop on special effect glazes in Denmark at Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Centre. In the two day workshop we will spend a day making glaze tests, then the next day learning about glaze chemistry and analysing the results. Click on the links to contact the studios.

19-20 March 2022 The Clay Garden Hammersmith

29-30 April 2022 Special Effect Glazes, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Centre. Denmark

28-29 May 2022 Kigbeare Studios, Okehampton, Devon

24-25 June 2022 Forest Row School of Ceramics, East Sussex

2-3 July 2022 Where Inspiration Blooms, Buckinghamshire

20-22 July 2022 La Mine Atelier de Ceramique Paris

20-21 August 2022 London Potters, Cernamic Studios, Stoke Newington, London

17-18 September Nottingham Ceramic School

Lichen effect glazes

4 thoughts on “Glaze workshop dates 2022

  1. Hi Linda,

    Hi LInda,

    I run a Ceramics Studio in Whistable, Kent and was looking forward to meeting you at Whitstable Oyster Festival in 2020 when you were to exhibit at Margo Selby’s Textile Studio. Sadly it was cancelled.

    Would you consider coming to Whitstable to teach a Glazing Workshop sometime in 2022? My studio can accommodate up to 10 students comfortably. Many of my students have reached a stage where they would like to be able to make their own glazes and learn from you.

    The studio is whitstablepotterylesson on instagram, and I’m carolforterceramics on instagram

    Regards, Carol Foster

    1. Hello Carol, I am booked up for 2022 but could think about dates for 2023. Linda

  2. Hi Linda
    Are your courses suitable for an intermediate glaze technologist looking to develop their range of dry matt glazes? I have my own base glaze recipe that I want to experiment further with to get a wider range of colours. I also want to work on replacing barium carb with strontium on my glaze.

    1. Yes you can develop new glazes on the course.

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