Skill Building Workshop: Architectural Incense Holders
Saturday, July 9, 2022 • 10 AM–1 PM (Pacific)
Instructor: Eunbi Cho • In-person • $75
Join Los Angeles-based artist Eunbi Cho for a three-hour skill building workshop. In this workshop, we’ll create architectural incense holders using hand-building and slab techniques.
This workshop is beginner-friendly and open to ceramicists of all skill levels. This workshop is also BYOI, so make sure you bring your favorite incense!
This workshop will cover unique slab building techniques and surface treatments for creating a lovely addition for your coffee table at home.
Tools, clay, and bisque firing will be provided; additional materials will be available for sale.
Refunds are not allowed after the workshop begins. Refunds requested during the week prior to the start of the class will be honored at 50%. Refunds requested prior to this will be honored minus Eventbrite fees. If you would like to request a refund, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every student is required to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination at the beginning of the workshop. If a student cannot provide proof of vaccination, the student will be unable to continue with the class. Thank you in advance for your understanding!
Registration for Skill Building Workshop: Architectural Incense Holders
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Meet Your Instructor: Eunbi Cho
In 2016, Los Angeles-based ceramicist Eunbi Cho began blurring the line between traditional function and contemporary versatility with her playful and tactile designs. Pulling from her experiences in Korea, Belgium, and LA, Cho’s works are grounded in her sensory recollections of people, culture, and cities. Self-expressive by nature, Cho is curiously dedicated to inducing an expressed dualism in every piece she creates. In the past five years, Eunbi Cho has created a body of work that is both steadfastly protean and endlessly unexpected.