Fire your own Raku or Horsehair pot to keep. Each participant will have a choice of glazing and firing a Raku pot or creating a horsehair design on a pot coming out of the kiln. All pots, glazes, horsehair and equipment will be furnished. If any attendee wants to do a horsehair pot and has their own hair or horsehair to use, they are welcome to do this. Anyone wanting to do horsehair, come as you are. Anyone wanting to do a Raku pot and pull it out of the kiln is advised to wear jeans, a long sleeve shirt and closed toe shoes
This shop is listed as #54 on the GSACC map.
Maximum number of students for each session: 6
Minimum age to participate in class: 15
The Raku and Horsehair Pottery Class at Cliff Dwellers Gallery is part of the Hands on Gatlinburg three-day event.