Raku firing Techniques

A 3-day workshop to learn Raku Firing Techniques, a Japanese way of firing pottery. You will be introduced to the concept of Raku and making articles using clay and glazes developed for Raku firing. 

  • Day 1
    • Introduction to the concept of Raku Firing and techniques. Making articles for Raku Firing using clay developed for Raku.
  • Day 2
    • Bisque firing pre-made Raku articles and trial glaze firing 
  • Day 3
    • Repeating the Raku Firing with articles made by students
  • Minimum batch size: 4 participants

WORKSHOP – RAKU FIRING TECHNIQUES

Are you, or someone you know, interested in learning how to fire pottery using Raku Techniques and would like to attend this workshop? 

Please complete this form and we will contact you with additional details, schedules, availability and pricing. 

Sandeep Manchekar Profile

Sandeep Manchekar

Sandeep started his journey with ceramics at the age of eight and he has dedicated his life to practicing and teaching pottery. Over the last few decades, Sandeep has taught and mentored hundreds of ceramic artists and enthusiasts across India.

Anvi Pottery Profile

Anvi Pottery

Set among the lush farmlands of Raigad, with the verdant hills as a backdrop, the studio sets the stage for a slower life away from the city. Anvi Pottery attracts ceramists from all over India to practice pottery and attend classes, events and residencies.

Contact Anvi Pottery

Anvi Pottery is located a minute off the Mumbai-Goa Highway.

Easiest way to contact Sandeep is by WhatsApp at the number listed below

 

Please feel free to drop in or message any time.

Anvi Pottery
Studio 170, Wighawali Road
Indapur, Maharashtra, India

Phone: +91 98214 14440

Email: [email protected]