Our plan is to have people work in teams so if you’re flying not to worry on bringing the drill w/ glaze attachment, nor the 5 gallon buckets. Each team will need this so we can match you up with someone who has this…..
besides normal clay tools:
2-5 gallon buckets with lids
A 5 gallon bucket lid cut with a slit in it so that the clay does not slop out ( we can cut these the first day
Electric drill with clay/glaze mixer bit on end (18” long) and extension cord (needs to be able to run for 30+ minutes or more so should be electric…)if not bring extra batteries.
A good colander that has small openings that will fit over 5 gallon buckets. (Glaze sieves work too).
2 pint size containers with lids
Old paint brushes
Apron is a must
Your own towel/rag
1-2 squirt bottles with small openings- like ketchup/mustard or hair dying bottles
Also , bring in some cotton twine of sorts, and anything you might want to dip:
lace, pine cones, leaves, etc…(not too big)
I will be giving two weekend workshops and lectures through the arts organization, Hawaii Craftsmen, a 48 year old non-profit organization of artists-members in Hawaii:
1st on Oahu, Thursday, March 19- Sunday, March 22nd
2nd on Kauai, Thursday, March 26- Sunday, March 29th
These are open to the public, so if you need an excuse to come to Hawaii this spring to take a workshop, here’s your chance!
” Every spring we bring mainland artists to Hawaii for a series of workshops in various media and always with two clay workshops, one on Oahu island and a second on a neighbor island (Kauai). We call this program Aha Hana Lima, which in Hawaiian means “a gathering of crafts”.