Japanese Ceramics with Shozo Michikawa 
[CANCELLED] Monday - Friday, 17th - 21st August, 10:00 - 17:00
New date in 2021 to be confirmed

Explore traditional Japanese techniques, alongside Shozo’s personal methods for creating freeform ceramics. Shozo will begin the week by demonstrating his famous twist and cut technique which he uses to create his unique and poetic pieces. He will continue by showing the course group how he makes Raku and Shino style tea bowls, as well as plates, pots and vases. You can expect to make a range of Japanese-inspired tea bowls, and other tea-wares. He will also give illustrated talks and the course will end with an informal exhibition and discussion around work produced, as well as a tea ceremony using a tea bowl made by a course participant!
Basic experience in working with clay is a prerequisite for the course. Basic knowledge of turning is an advantage.
This course will be held in English. 
Price: €595, materials and bisque firing are included in the course price.

About Shozo:

Shozo Michikawa was born in Hokkaido, the most northern area of Japan, in 1953. After graduating from Aoyama Gakuin University in 1975, he settled in Seto, famous for its ceramics since the 13th Century, where he trained. His exhibitions are held widely in Japan and around the world, and he recently published a book entitled 'Shozo Michikawa: Ceramic Art'.

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