Jenggala Ceramic Class, Make A Pot

Making your own pottery, Basic Handbuilding and ‘Nerikomi’ with Puri Ardini


Basic Handbuilding Class

Handbuilding is very basic technique for making ceramic or pottery. Handbuilding technique allows you to create forms with clay and your hands without using a throwing wheel. Through this technique you will able to learn the different pottery techniques of pinching, coiling, slab rolling. You can make your own functional tableware, Vase, or anything you want, all you need to get started with your clay, your hands and a few simple tools. You don’t have to be an expert to learn this technique.

Handbuilding Techniques:
  • Pinching: Pinching are a great first technique when you first begin to work with clay. It’s simple begin with a ball of clay and the you can shape it using your hands by pressing your thumbs
  • Coilling : This technique are created a pottery by rolling out coils of your clay and joining them together.
  • Slabbing: a pottery technique formed by joining flats slabs of clay after they have been processed through a slab roller. Before shaping the clay you can press some pattern as well to you flats slabs of clay.
  • Mix Techniques: you will learn how to combine two handbuilding techniques to create your own pottery.
Class Information
Place Jenggala Jimbaran at Art and Design Studio, Jl. Uluwatu II, Jimbaran
Instructor Puri Ardini (Ceramics Maker)
Age Teen to Adults (min 12 years old). Children age 4 – 11 years old must be accompanied by parental supervision
Capacity up to 8 people
Duration 120 minutes
Price IDR 550.000 / Session
Schedule
Day / Date Class / Session
Friday / 8th July 2022 Pinching : Cup and Saucer with Character
Friday / 15th July 2022 Coilling : Vase
Friday / 22nd July 2022 Slabbing : Plate
Friday / 29th July 2022 Mix – Free Style
Participants will Get :
  • 1 Kg of Stoneware Clay
  • 6 Color
  • Tools : Provide By Jenggala
  • Final Product *2-3 weeks of Drying and Firing Procces*

Reservation for Basic Handbuilding Class

Note
  • RSVP H-1 before Session
  • OTS (On The Spot) reservation allow if the seats still available
  • The minimum number of participants is 3 people, if the participants are less than the minimum, a payment rescheduling/refund will be made.


    ‘Nerikomi’ Class

    Learn how to make pattern on clay using “Nerikomi” (often refered to as “neriage” ) is a decorative process established in Japan that involves stacking color clay and then slicing through a cross section to reveal a pattern, which can then be used as an applied decoration. The end of result is an interesting piece for individuals who enjoy pattern and are drawn to the wet-clay stage of pottery making.

    Through this technique you will learn to create some pattern using nerikomi and you can make your own functional tableware, vase, sculptures or anything the possibilities in ceramics are endless. This techniques is simple and straightforward, but requires a lot of attention to detail. You don’t have to be an expert to learn this technique since our instructor will guide you how to create it.

    Class Information
    Place Jenggala Jimbaran at Art and Design Studio, Jl. Uluwatu II, Jimbaran
    Instructor Puri Ardini (Ceramics Maker)
    Age Teen to Adults (min 12 years old)
    Capacity up to 8 people
    Duration 180 minutes
    Price IDR 550.000 / Session
    Schedule
    Day / Date Class / Session
    Saturday / 9th July 2022 Stripes Pattern
    Saturday / 16th July 2022 Checkered Pattern
    Saturday / 23rd July 2022 Marbling Pattern
    Saturday / 30th July 2022 Swirl Pattern
    Participants will Get :
    • 1 Kg of Stoneware Color Clay (can choose up to 3 different color clay)
    • Tools : Provide By Jenggala
    • Final Product *2-3 weeks of Drying and Firing Procces*

    Reservation for ‘Nerikomi’ Class

    Note
    • RSVP H-1 before Session
    • OTS (On The Spot) reservation allow if the seats still available
    • The minimum number of participants is 3 people, if the participants are less than the minimum, a payment rescheduling/refund will be made.