Children workshop (3-17 year old) (Group)

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Workshop packages below include

1. Introduction of the Oldest surviving dragon kiln

(How it functions, how Tan family preserves the kiln, history and science behind it)

2. Introduction of Pottery making and its process

3. Live demonstration on potter’s wheel by professional potter

4. Hands on and glazing session

 

Package A: Hand building only

$28+gst /pax | min. 20pax| 1 art work | 2 hrs


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  • Suitable for all ages (Youngest 3 year old, max 17 year old)
  • Suitable for birthday parties, schools, art club, CCA groups.
  • Introduction of pottery making
  • Introduction of hand building techniques (Slab work, pinching, coiling, hollowing)
  • Introduction of glazing with our special homemade colour stains
  • We will customise art work according to age group

Package B: Hand building & experience on potter’s wheel 

$38 +gst /pax | min. 20 pax  |1 art work | 2.5 hrs


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  • Suitable for all ages (Youngest 3 year old, max 17 year old
  • Suitable for birthday parties, schools, art club, CCA groups.
  • Introduction of pottery making
  • Introduction of hand building techniques (Slab work, pinching, coiling, hollowing)
  • Introduction of glazing with our special homemade colour stains
  • Introduction of throwing on  potter’s wheel (Experience only, no art work)
  • We will customise art work according to age group

Package C: Hand building & potter’s wheel 

$50 +gst /pax | min. 20 pax  |2 art work | 3 hrs


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  • Suitable for all ages (Youngest 7 year old, max 17 year old
  • Suitable for birthday parties, schools, art club, CCA groups.
  • Introduction of pottery making
  • Introduction of hand building techniques (Slab work, pinching, coiling, hollowing)
  • Introduction of glazing with our special homemade colour stains
  • Introduction of throwing on potter’s wheel (Challenging but really fun! Participants will be making their own bowl/cup)
  • We will customise art work according to age group

 

Schools may use the Tote Board Arts Grant to subsidise the programme cost. There is a subsidy of up to 50% of the programme cost for mainstream schools, and up to 70% of the programme cost for Special Education Schools.

 

1. Basic Pottery – A trip to the oldest dragon kiln

Programme ID: AEP0615955

Basic Pottery – A trip to the oldest dragon kiln

Click here for details 

2. Let’s visit the oldest surviving dragon kiln and learn more about pottery making!

Programme ID: AEP0615594

Let’s visit the oldest surviving dragon kiln and learn more about pottery making!

Click here for details

Email us for more details: thowkwang@gmail.com

16 thoughts on “Children workshop (3-17 year old) (Group)”

  1. Angeline koh says:

    I would like to enroll for the workshop for tour and hands on session for my family.

    1. wdiadmin says:

      Hi Angeline, I sent the info to your email :)

    2. Alice Lan says:

      Im interested in your venue for a 9 year old birthday party on 7 January for between 10-20 kids.

      Could you please advise on availability and cost and proposed itinerary.

      Many thanks,

      1. wdiadmin says:

        Hi Alice,

        I have sent you a mail – please check :)

  2. Zhong Qiaolin says:

    Hi, I am a teacher from Marymount Convent School. I am interested in letting my P4 pupils try pottery. May I know what is the min no of pupils to start a class? And what will be the cost of each pupil?

    Thanks

    1. wdiadmin says:

      Hello Qiailin, I have sent you an email. Please check :)

  3. Bettina says:

    If I have a child who’s 7 and the other who’s 4, which workshops will you suggest. Thanks

    1. wdiadmin says:

      Hi Bettina,

      I have sent you an email on the above enquiries. :)

  4. Raine Lee says:

    Hi,

    I have two children who are 4 and 6 yo. Do you recommend that we go for the adult + child session? My 6 yo is quite independent. What is your experience with younger age group? Is it a must to have parents around?

    Thanks.

    Best regards,
    Raine

    1. wdiadmin says:

      Hi Raine,

      I have sent you an email, please check :)

  5. Azizah says:

    Hi. I would like to bring my two kids, ages 8 and 4 to visit and maybe do some pottery making. Please give me an idea what will be a good course to choose from and how much would it cost. Thank you so much. Regards, Azizah

    1. wdiadmin says:

      Hi Azizah, I have sent you a mail :)

  6. Mindy Kim says:

    Hello, I’m interested in visiting with my 7 year old son for tour/pottery making/throwing. Would any or all of these activities be possible if we visited on a regular day like tomorrow or is it only accessible on a designated public workshop day?

    Thank you!

    Kind regards,
    Mindy Kim

    1. wdiadmin says:

      Hi Mindy, I have sent you a mail – please check :)

  7. Wei Fang says:

    Hi! I’m interested in visiting with my 3 children and nephew (youngest 7, oldest 12) and looking at tour and pottery making. Are we able to participate in the activities on a weekday if we walk in for a visit? Kindly advise. Thank you. Warmest Regards, Wei Fang

    1. wdiadmin says:

      Hi Wei Fang,

      Sent you a mail, please check :)

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