Raku Firings

The process of Raku low firing differs from other firing methods because the pots are removed from the kiln while still glowing hot. Raku glazes are often fractured, which are referred to as Crazing. These crackle glazes are enhanced by the post firing smoking of Raku pots that embeds carbon into the crackles of the glaze. Students are required to bring bisque pieces that have been glazed at least 24 hours prior to the Raku firing workshop. Please bring gloves and wear appropriate clothing.

Winter II: March 26
Spring I: May 7
Sunday 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Instructor: Tom Puckett
Fee: $38 for currently enrolled ceramic students; $43 for non-enrolled students

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