Clay platters with Japanese Washi paper – with Fru Kenez

Event Date: Sat 02 Dec

Event Time: 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Event Location: Art Studio

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Back by popular demand! Join Adelaide-based artist Fru Kenez for more creative clay workshops this season.

Join Fru for a two and a half hour clay workshop where you will make a set of stoneware platters that can be completed with a range of underglaze colours that combine beautifully with decorative Japanese washi paper. All techniques and materials will be guided, and a wide selection of washi paper pattern designs will be available.

Completed platters will be food safe.

*please note : platters created at this workshop will not be returned before Christmas, they will arrive back in the new year.

No experience necessary. Suitable for ages 15+.

Includes all materials and light refreshments.

Cost: $130

Please call The Riddoch on 8721 2563 to book your place (please note: bookings are not taken through social media as payment is required at the time of booking).


Meet Fru!

Fru is a ceramicist and illustrator based on Kaurna country. A practicing artist for over 15 years, Fru first began teaching ceramic and illustration workshops in 2015 to local audiences before taking these unique workshops interstate to regional communities.

“For me, it is an incredible honour and privilege to travel to regional communities to teach the craft of hand-built ceramics. The experience and knowledge gained through these workshops has long-lasting positive effects that can enliven and empower the lives of students and those around them.”

Fru is currently a Guildhouse studio resident and a finalist in three national art prizes.

To glimpse behind the scenes and into Fru’s studio visit Instagram.


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