Are There Any Ceramics Classes In Hong Kong

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POON Fai Wong Nick. POON Fai Wong Nick received his Bachelor of Art (Fine Art) Degree from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University …

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Opened in 1995, Cobo Ceramic Workshop has been around since before pottery classes were cool in the city. With studios in Hong Kong and Taipei, founder Chris Lo has recently handed over the Hong Kong branch to former Cobo instructor and founder of Half Corner Studio, Nick Poon.. Offering classes from Monday to Saturday, beginners are encouraged to start by …

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The items that you create will be a wonderful addition to your home. Okapi, Room 607,6/F Clothing Industry Training Authority, 63 Tai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, +852 5536 0004, www.okapistudio.org LOVERAMICS: Pottery

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Our list of ceramic classes includes content featured on Domestika, Skillshare, and Udemy. Each platform offers unique benefits and conditions like varying subscription options and fees. Besides payment details, you may want to consider each platform’s teaching style, provided resources, and course durations before making your pick.

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This petite studio is run by Hong Kong ceramic artist Kit Han, whose love for experimentation is demonstrated through the exploration of material, texture, and colour in her ceramic works. Cupclay pulls double-duty as both a pottery workshop and retail space for her gorgeous handbuilt ceramic animals and tableware, and students can take a huge of variety …

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Learn to model ceramic pieces with your own two hands and discover the techniques to illustrate captivating stories about them. 511. 100% ( 17 ) 83% Disc. $59.99 USD. Buy. …

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Touch Ceramics is a ceramic art gallery located in Tai Kwun, Central, Hong Kong. We organize local and international ceramics exhibitions, workshops related to ceramic art and pottery, for public and corporates.

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POON Fai Wong Nick received his Bachelor of Art (Fine Art) Degree from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University (co-presented by Hong Kong Art School), majoring in Ceramics. Poon has been actively engaged in ceramic-related activities, exhibitions and teaching, and striving to promote ceramic culture. His pottery works are mainly created by …

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Headed by three Hong Kong locals, Useless Studio offers a range of ceramic classes. Begin with the wheel throwing classes, which is split into three levels, then take part in additional classes to make cups, bowls, sake sets, coffee drippers and more. The studio is also happy to host small group classes for schools, enterprises and organisations.

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Cupclay is a ceramic studio located at Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. We offer a range of classes for all Beginners, Hobby Ceramists, and Experience Potters. 陶藝體驗班 手捏杯碟班 手捏動物小碟 拉坯體驗班 香港陶室

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The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong OCS Web Admin 2022-01-31T14:24:16+08:00. Upcoming Events . 24 / 05 / 2022. Christie’s Spring Auction Preview with Pola Antebi. The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong is delighted to […] Find out more » $150. 1 ticket left Buy Now. Find out more. 26 / 05 / 2022. The Seminal Role of Liang Sicheng (梁思成) and Lin …

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They have a slew of fabulously bright and modern ceramic bowls, cups, and serving trays. Prices vary from HK$7 for a bowl to HK$15-25 for a larger plate or bowl. Mix and match or go for one theme…the bright colors are addicting. There are some CNY plant stores and a market nearby packed with festive goodies so you can make a day out of it.

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What are the best ceramics classes for beginners??

Among various classes for ceramics newcomers, Lillstreet Art Center ’s “First-Time Potter” class is a strong option—a five-week course that introduces wheel throwing and handbuilding, while helping students get familiar with tools and the medium.

Where can I find a ceramic workshop in Singapore??

Hop on over to the southside and have some fun at LUMP Studio, a fully equipped ceramic workshop in Wong Chuk Hang. Now three years old, LUMP offers two kinds of workshops: monthly or private.

What are the best pottery classes in Hong Kong??

There are a bunch of great pottery classes to try your hand at in Hong Kong, and Cupclay is no exception. Focussing on detail and teaching students to mould the cutest miniatures you ever did see, artist and teacher Kit Han will guide you through the whole process from wheel throwing and glazing. More details here. Add a comment... Instagram

Why take craft classes in Hong Kong??

Our city may be best known for its stunning hikes, beaches and vibrant nightlife, but beyond all that, there’s a wealth of craft classes in Hong Kong that will allow you to get in touch with your creative side.

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