The date for the Bourry Box kiln (with an extended throat for anagama effects) workshop will take place at the School of Art, University of Manitoba from June 21-30th. The days will be packed solid, from morning to night. You will learn everything you need to know about building a wood-fuelled kiln and more. There will also be an opportunity for you to fire some of your work in our kiln (small pieces and number TBD). The fee for the workshop is still TBD but I should know next week and how you can pay. Space is limited to ten individuals!
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I am a writer and occasional maker working with clay. I received my PhD from the University of Leicester in art history as a Commonwealth Scholar from Canada to the UK. Since then I have taught art history and ceramics until August 2020 when I returned to full-time writing. The giant umbrella under which I work is contemporary ceramics with an emphasis on wood firing, women who wood fire, the contributions of Vietnam Resisters on Canadian ceramics, and ceramics and sustainability. View all posts by maryannsteggles