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We joined Arbústea to create this workshop where you will learn Japanese techniques along with the art of botanical printing.

21 October 2023  09:00h to 13:30h

What we will do?

In the época+Arbústea workshop, you will get to know the exciting world of ceramics and botanical printing.

We will start by creating a piece with the Japanese technique of Kurinuki, later, with the help of Sandra de Arbústea, you will learn the art of botanical printing on a Furoshiki, a traditional Japanese fabric that you will print and will serve to wrap and enhance your ceramic piece once you finish it.

After the workshop, we must let both the piece and the furoshiki dry, once dry we will bake your piece, this process can take a week, then you can pick them up in our workshop.

In addition, if you prefer, we can send it to your home (home delivery is not included in the price of the workshop)

This experience is suitable from 15 years of age and no previous experience is needed.
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In our workshop located in the city of Ávila, once you register you will receive all the indications and the exact location.

What's included

  • 1 época+Arbústea workshop

  • All the necessary materials for the activities

  • The piece you have designed      

  • Your furoshiki printed by you

  • Baking of your piece 

  • Note: Once it is baked we will notify you, you can pick it up at our workshop or if you prefer we can send it.

Meet the team

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Sonia Pueche and Jaime Mato, the artisans behind the época ceramic pieces, will be the people in charge of guiding you and accompanyin in all the processes. Through their workshops, they share their deep love for ceramics, inviting you to discover the secrets of clay and unleash your own creativity.

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Sandra Ramiro, textile artisan based in the Natural Park of Redes - Asturias. He focuses his work on the research of natural dyes and botanical printing, a relatively recent technique that involves the transfer of pigments from leaves and flowers to a variety of materials such as natural fabrics, paper and leather, generating unique and unrepeatable pieces. This fusion of craftsmanship and nature encapsulates the intrinsic beauty of his work.

frequent questions

​Do I need experience for ceramic workshops?

No previous experience needed

Will I be able to take home the pieces I make?

The pieces have to dry after the workshop, once dry we will bake them. You can come and pick them up or, if you prefer, we can send them to your home.

Shipping costs are not included in the price.

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