Over the course of the year unique clay workshops will be offered to help build your skills in clay and inspire new ways of working.

Different workshops in clay design. No previous experience necessary; open to both beginners and experienced students.

Each two-part workshop for NIS 500. (NIS 265 per single session) NIS 1450 for all three remaining workshops. Decal session addon for NIS 195.

We meet on Tuesdays from 4-7 PM.  

Pre-registration required. 


Workshops Summer 2019




The Magic of Majolica

July 2 & 9

Centuries old technique made popular in Italy and Spain, using terracotta clay with a white glaze, bright and colorful designs are possible. 


In this workshop we will create forms from terracotta clay in order to do the glazing and painting in the second session. Color kit 65 nis. 

Ceramic bowl by Linda Arbuckle




July 16 & 23 

Resist techniques can create mysterious surface design and interesting pattern. We will create a lidded vessel which will become the surface to create a unique design using resist methods. 


Ceramic work by Peter Karner (left) Michael Kline (right)



Mixed Media 

July 30 & August 6

We will create a large platter and a set of dessert dishes to explore how 2 or more techniques can enhance and compliment each other. For those interested in doing water slide decals, a 3rd session will be available. 

Ceramic work by Chris Couta (left)and Will Levi Marshall (bottom right) 



Porcelain - Pure and Simple 

August 20 & 27

The purity of the white porcelain and its delicious surface will serve as our material for creating a set of wine cups (or vessels of your choice) on which will explore sgraffito and other techniques.

Ceramic work by Jennifer Falter. 




Waterslide Decals

July 9, 3:30 pm (30 min) 

September 1, Sunday 6:30 - 9 pm

195 nis

Adding decals to already glazed ceramic pieces adds another dimension to your work. In the first session, students will be instructed on how to create a decal page and have it printed. The second session will include using the decals on previously glazed work. Students should have 3-5 finished and glazed pieces. 

Ceramic work by Diana Fayt (top left)