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Instructed by: Hey Camel Ceramics
Date & Time: 2 – 4:30 PM, 27 September 2020
Location: The Factory, 15 Nguyễn Ư Dĩ, Thảo Điền Ward, District 2, HCMC
Language: English and Vietnamese

Bored with mass-produced vases or planters? Join us for a workshop learning all things ceramic in ‘Vases and Planters’ – a handmade pottery workshop presented by ‘Hey Camel Ceramics’. Inspired by the Japanese arts of Ikebana and Mame Bonsai, the instructors from Hey Camel Ceramics will show you how to create one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces, using simple hand building clay and coil pottery techniques, stoneware clay and other natural local materials.

What you’ll gain from this workshop:

  • An opportunity to learn the craft of pottery;
  • Get inspired and create your own piece of pottery;
  • After the workshop, your piece will be baked at Hey Camel’s studio. Please note: you will be notified to collect your piece at Hey Camel’s studio in 2-3 weeks time after the workshop;
  • Visit The Factory’s on-going exhibitions: ‘Lost from View’ by Hương Ngô; and ‘Other Futures’ by Thy Nguyễn


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Participating fee: 500,000VND/ student (including of instruction fee, materials and tools, firing; admission to two exhibitions at The Factory)

The workshop is suitable for all ages and interests with a limitation of 25 students.

For more information, please contact our Facebook page or hotline +84 (028)3 744 2589 (from 10 AM to 7 PM, Wednesday to Sunday).

*Participants of the event allow The Factory and co-organizer (if applicable) to use their images and statements as a documentary for the program, for non-commercial purposes such as archive, press, media, promotion on our website, Facebook etc.

*Image courtesy of Hey Camel Ceramics.

About Hey Camel Ceramics:

Since 2015, located in the heart of Saigon, Hey Camel Ceramics has been creating handmade ceramics and teaching the techniques of making pottery from handbuilding to wheel throwing. With 100% Vietnamese materials, Hey Camel handbuild each single item in the store, without the use of any type of molds. They create their own unique pottery glaze inspired by traditions, myths and ceremonies of Southeast Asia.


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