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Sat, Jul 11


East Creek Art

Workshop: Raku Firing Basics Session 2 (Beginner to Intermediate)

Raku Fire in the woods with included hand-made pottery, or bring your own! No experience necessary, camping and materials included.

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Workshop: Raku Firing Basics Session 2 (Beginner to Intermediate)
Workshop: Raku Firing Basics Session 2 (Beginner to Intermediate)

Time & Location

Jul 11, 2020, 12:00 PM – Jul 12, 2020, 5:00 PM

East Creek Art, 12251 SW East Creek Rd, Willamina, OR 97396, USA

About the event


10 people max. Mostly outdoor. 

Arrive Saturday at noon, leave Sunday around 5:00

It’s finally time to camp and create in the woods! Come back from COVID and learn Raku basics from Joe Robinson at East Creek. Raku is a Japanese technique where pieces are quickly heated to 1800F in a small kiln, pulled red hot from the kiln, and placed in combustables. It's an exciting process that can yeild a variety of metalic and natural surfaces. You’ll be provided with 2 pre-made pots to fire (or bring your own bisque, includes 1 cubic foot). We’ll fire traditional Raku on Friday night while we also make wood fired pizza, then we’ll fire horsehair raku and foil saggar on Saturday. Bring your own pizza toppings- dough and sauce will be provided in a COVID-concious way. Camp free, or rent a tiny cabin for an extra fee. Come to the studio for Two-Day-Tuesdays to make your work, if you need studio space and bisquing. 


  • Raku Workshop Registration

    Includes 2 pre-made hand thrown pots, all materials, camping, and pizza dough and sauce. BYO toppings and drinks.

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  • Extra Pot to Paint

    Each pot is individually hand thrown by Joe Robinson, about 6"H. You can paint up to 6 extra pots during the allocated time.

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  • A-Frame Cabin Booking

    Private booking of the East Creek A-Frame cabin with 1 queen and 2 twin beds.

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  • Tiny Cabin Booking

    Private booking of 8x12' tiny cabin with full bed.

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