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Soda Fire with Travis Adams
Monday, July 15, 2013, 12:00pm - 02:00pm
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Attention Soda-Firing Enthusiasts!: We are cranking up the heat in our magnificent soda-kiln. The Art Center will be hosting a minimum of five firings during the year. The kiln is appx. 10 cubic feet space. Firings are limited to 6 participants so, register early! Loading of Bisque/glazed ware: Bring a bunch of ware ready to fire. This kiln load is limited to 6 participants, and work is loaded on a rotational basis. Small pieces are most welcome as we can fill up all the nooks and crannies, going for a well-packed kiln. The Kiln is candled overnight and firing ramp-up commences at 6 a.m. and is usually complete by 9 p.m. You are most welcome to come and participate at any time- it's most exciting when the soda is added and the kiln is in reduction. The kiln is usually allowed to cool for at least 1 full day.
Location : Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center: 9341 Mill St. Ben Lomond, Ca 95005 (831) 336-3513
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$40 a session


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