Cost: $ 399
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This spring, Higher Fire will host a three day hands-on participation workshop with Adam Field!

MARCH 26-28, 2018  

[4 seats available] 

Adam will demonstrate his methods for wheel-throwing porcelain and carving intricate patterns on a variety of forms.  From traditional techniques to innovative solutions for timeless problems, you will develop a new perspective on creating and decorating functional pottery.  

Learn skills for mapping out and carving geometric patterns and get hands-on practice with Adam’s techniques and tools.  Discussions of Korean apprenticeship, aesthetics, ceramic history, materials, artistic growth and development will inspire and energize you!

Workshop runs Mon-Wed, March 26-28, 10am – 6pm daily.  Includes 25lbs porcelain, daily demonstrations, hands-on support.  Everyone has their own pottery wheel.  Participants enjoy studio access (early to late evening) each day, FREE parking, morning breakfast spread, and coffee & tea.  Bring your own lunch.

Max enrollment is 20.

Born and raised in Colorado, Adam earned his BA in art from Fort Lewis College. For two years, he immersed himself in the culturally rich art scene of the SF Bay Area, where he began his full time studio practice. From there, he moved to Maui where he established a thriving studio business. Adam spent most of 2008 in South Korea, studying traditional Korean pottery making techniques under 6th generation Onggi master Kim Ill Maan.  He now resides in Helena, MT where he was a long-term resident artist at Archie Bray, and continues to work as a studio potter & educator. 







Cost: $ FULL - call to waitlist
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Sunday, April 22, 10am - 2pm

$49 for Hi-Fi members - up to 4 pieces.



Cost: $ FULL - call to waitlist
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Sunday, Apr 22, 10am - 2pm

Anthony Rollins hosts a mini-workshop on saggar firing!  Participants learn to prepare & fire their own pieces in aluminum foil saggars. Explore colors achievable with ferric chloride, sugar, sawdust, copper, steel wool, and epsom salts. Bring 4-5 pieces of bisqueware (small to medium-ish), preferably made of white stoneware or porcelain, though other clays work too (pieces with terra sigillata applied work great).
Participation fee covers materials & firing, instruction & kiln supervision. 

Anthony's next session is planned for Apr 22 from 10am to 2pm.  Max 8 people.  Extra pieces, or oversized items, may get fired for an additional cost -- time & space permitting.

Cost     $59 for non-members    


Enjoy FREE PARKING in our lot. 

Higher Fire welcomes nationally recognized clay artists and local superstars for workshops and lectures. Workshops are generally held on weekends and are open to clay artists of all levels. We strive to make all our workshops highly interactive and inclusive of hands-on practice time.

Workshop Registration and Refund Policies:

  • Tuition due in full at time of registration
  • Tuition is refundable until two weeks before the workshop, less a $25 non-refundable registration fee
  • Workshops with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled and payment fully refunded

Please check back for upcoming workshops from visiting artists…

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