This summer Martin Tagseth and Robin DuPont will combine their kiln
building and wood firing experience to lead a two week anagama kiln
building workshop in British Columbia’s Slocan Valley beginning July
With a focus on hands on construction experience, this intensive
workshop with also include discussions of kiln design and atmospheric
firing techniques. Students are invited to bring bisque-ware to partake
in the inaugural firing immediately following construction of the kiln.
(Dates may be adjusted to accommodate kiln construction and firing times)
July 20th Welcome BBQ
July 21st – 27th Kiln Building Workshop
July 28th – Aug 3rd Kiln Firing
Aug 9-10th Kiln Unloading
Workshop Fee is $495 (does not include housing or meals).
Firing Fee $100 (Students must bring bisque-ware).
This workshop will take place at the home & studio of Robin DuPont
in the Slocan Valley, near Winlaw B.C. This beautiful winding river
valley is known for its creative culture and offers visitors pristine
beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, world class recreational opportunities
and breath taking scenery.
• Class size is limited. Space will be reserved on a first come basis
upon receipt of non-refundable $100 deposit. Balance of workshop fee is
due two weeks prior to course start date.
• Accommodations and Meals are not included in the course fee.
Please visit www.slocanvalleyrailtrail.ca for a list of campsites, B&B and other nearby accommodations and amenities.