Get your hand dirty !!
Khyati School of Design is offering a series of 5 Material and Craft based workshops for design enthusiasts. These workshops are for anyone wanting to make a start in the field of design and craft. It’s also a great start to confidently learn how to explore new materials and express your ideas in them.
The word Ceramic is derived from a Greek word ‘Keramos’ meaning ‘potter’ or ‘pottery’. Keramos in turn was originated from a Sanskrit root – meaning ‘to burn’. Hence, the word Keramos was to infer ‘burned substance’ or ‘burned earth’.
As Ceramics are made of earthen materials, they are the most compatible products with the nature. Ceramics are the only materials which are nature friendly and therefore they are free from decays due to gradual natural impacts like corrosion, erosion, abrasion, thermal shocks, etc.
This workshop is going to be conducted by Mr. Resheph Christian of KEPH Design Studio. Resheph is a ceramist and an Accessory Designer from NIFT, Bhopal.
Details of the workshop:
- Each individual will learn the basics of Ceramics and Pottery using the stoneware and red clay.
- All the materials will be provided during the workshop.
- Each individual will be able to make 2 to 3 products.
- 5 Days session, from 10AM to 5PM daily.
Batch 1 – 25th March to 29th March 2018
Batch 2 – 1st April t o 5th April 2018
- Stoneware Clay
- Red Clay
- Ceramic Glaze
- Pottery tools
- Slab Method
- Basic Pottery Wheel
- INR 1500 each per workshop
- Full payment needs to be made in advance for confirmation
This course is suitable for students with no previous experience using clay. Continuing students, who have done the course previously or have prior ceramics experience are also welcome to join the class to further their skills and knowledge by working on their own projects, with some guidance from the teacher
Thaltej- Shilaj – Rancherda Road,
Nr. Nandoli Bus Stand,
At and Post Rancharda,
Get in touch:
+91 9099287000 / 9099285000
The true essence of any product lies in what it is made of. Material being the backbone, it becomes mandatory to have a thorough knowledge & understanding about its specifications.
One of the most widely used materials in Kitchenware, Ceramics can be termed as a highly forgiving material, when it comes to exploring it. It’s speciality is that it lets one express their creativity & emotion with all its tranquility. This workshop takes you through a journey of knowing, feeling and working with Ceramics.
Come join us!