RAKU HAPPENINGFor advanced Potter-Artists

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 Raku Bowl by Frank Colson



For advanced Potter-Artists

By Frank Colson


A raku HAPPENING is an “Event”, not a workshop! A workshop normally takes at least two days. (The first day to create the form, dry, and bisque fire it,: the second day, to do the final glaze firing.)

A RAKU HAPPENING requires an experienced raku clay artist who is comfortable with people: a person who has not only teaching experience, but also finely honed organizational skills. This person must also have sufficient clay working skills to produce a number of raku bowls. With proper preparation, they will be rewarded by earning several hundred dollars in a single day.


Sample pages from RAKU HAPPENING