In this rolling course we meet on four occasions to dive deeper into the world of ceramics. You will have time to create many complete items and I will coach you along the way and make sure you get the chance to refine your ceramics skills.
You will learn several hand building techniques as well as how to fire and glaze your items. We use stoneware clay that is fired at high temperature so your products will be durable, healthy and dishwasher safe. The glazes are lead free and totally safe for tableware.
Four two hour sessions and materials are included in the fee. Workshop can be held in English and Turkish.
Seden Atelier JordSthlm
I'm Seden Burcoglu and I run Atelier JordSthlm. I was a banker and treasurer for years and one day I was overwhelmed with my life based on working and consuming. I tried many workshops from pilates to yoga, from arranging flowers to tile painting; however, none of them ringed the bell until I touched clay. After the first day I felt the endless opportunities I can make with clay, I could never give up on this feeling. And it wasn’t that much … While believing that I have lack of imagination and creativity I discovered a new Seden who dives into the world of clay and forgets everything that happens outside… Now I invite you to the world of pottery with my workshops in my cozy Atelier in the hearth of Stockholm. Touch the clay and experience the pleasure of creating your unique pieces with your own hands!
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Seden is so lovely, patient and dedicated with all her students. I have had the opportunity to learn a lot from her and I hope to be able to keep continuing.
Fantastic everything! Seden is a very easy person that guides if you want and let you do freely when desire. It was a perfect course to introduce myself (without previous experience ) in ceramics world but it may be also interesting for those who have a clear idea of what to do.
Hosted in English
2 - 5 participants
It is the yellow old building next to the park. You can find Atelier JordSthlm in the first floor.
Keep a safe physical distance between yourself and other people. When you meet your host(s) and other guests, don't shake hands or hug – try a no-contact greeting instead.