The Village Potters in Asheville, NC: “Cone 6 Glazing: workshop and discussion” with John Britt
Friday & Saturday, June 25 & 26
$285.00 “Cone 6 Glazing: workshop and discussion”
Join us for a 2-day Glaze Discussion Workshop with a true master of the field. John will have over 1500 tiles that have been tested and we will discuss all things glazes, including a general overview of ceramic glazes, focusing on but not limited to cone 6 glazes. He’ll also have glazed pots for viewing. This workshop is designed for beginner to intermediate potters.
It will also be a general overview of ceramic glazes, focusing on but not limited to cone 6 glazes. It is designed for beginner to intermediate potters. We will discuss cones, kilns, firing dynamics and principles as well as applying those principles to various firing cycles. This will lead us into some basic classifications of glazes, like ash, celadon, tenmoku, etc. We will discuss how and why each type of glaze works and how you can achieve them, how to adjust your glazes and how to find new ones. We will discuss glazes from my new book: “The Complete Guide to Mid-Range Glazes: Glazing and Firing at cone 4 – 7”, but will go into more detail than the book allowed.
Sign up at The Village Potter’s website below:
Saturday, June 25 from10am-3pm
Sunday, June 26 from 10am – 3pm
*All attendees must provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19 prior to workshop.
**Limited registration available.
- Cancellation up to 30 days prior to the start of class, students receive a full refund (minus a $50 administrative fee).
- Cancellation within 29-0 days of the start of class, students receive no refund.
- In the event we cancel due to COVID restrictions you will receive a full refund.
John Britt is a studio potter in Bakersville, North Carolina who has been a potter and teacher for over 33 years. He lives in mountains of Western North Carolina, although he grew up in Dayton, Ohio. John travels all over the world teaching this workshop and many others. He is both nationally and internationally recognized as one of the ceramic world’s greatest glaze experts. He is the author of multiple best selling glaze books.