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How does the workshop work?

(or rules to have fun)

E n ceramic clays can use high or low temperature, and in the workshop working with high temperature clays; Why? Well, because they are more cool. At high temperatures, the color and texture possibilities are broader and many of the clays work more easily. Of course, they require a more powerful oven .. But it's worth it!

The groups are between two and four people. Each person will have their own space to store the objects that they produce and will be able to have all the tools and materials they need to develop the corresponding work in each course. Cooks are also included.

In this workshop everything is used and the clay remains are reused. When you finish your class make sure to clean your tools and workspace and put the mud remains in the appropriate recycling container. We moisten all these remains and knead them to turn them into new pieces :)

Keep in mind that ceramics take time, the pieces must dry little by little and the firings last a few hours. This means that, from start to finish, it can take several weeks for your pieces to be completely ready.

Students can produce the type of piece they want as long as they do not exceed the measurements or the maximum quantity allowed (with the exception of monographs that specify other quantities):

  • Maximum 30 cm in any of its magnitudes.

  • You can produce as many pieces as you have space on your shelf (without stacking). As you put your pieces in the oven, space will be freed on your shelf, so you can maintain a constant production rate.

And of course, all the pieces you make are yours to take with you. As the workshop has limited space and I cannot store much, you will have a month to pick up your piece from the moment it comes out of the oven. I will confirm when your piece is ready by sending you a message so that you or someone you authorize can pick it up by showing the confirmation message.

Keep in mind that sometimes pieces break. We may drop them, an unexpected crack may appear, a bubble may be hidden somewhere ... It is a risk that must be assumed when we work with ceramics and, deep down, it is an exercise of understanding, patience, and tolerance with us. same that comes in handy, embrace the breaks!

If you come to regular classes:

Coming every week allows you to advance in your skills and in your knowledge of the material. To sign up you do not have to pay tuition and you can do it at any time of the year since I advise each person in a personalized way; In class, each person works at their own pace and with the freedom to do what they like the most.

Payments must be made before the 10th of the current month. The price of the regular classes is monthly and is independent of the weeks that the month has. Holidays will be made up in double classes (4 hours in a row: 1 hour before and 1 hour after regular hours).

You can make up a maximum of one class per month (not counting holidays), as long as there is space available in one of the other classes.


If you come to regular classes and want to stop coming, you can do so whenever you want, giving at least a month's notice in order to make your place available.

In the event that you sign up for a monographic workshop and cannot come for any reason, you must notify me at least one week in advance, to guarantee the return of your reservation.


  • As long as it is necessary, the use of masks will be mandatory.

  • To renew the air, the space is ventilated regularly.

  • Hydrogel is available at the entrance for us to disinfect our hands upon entering.



Attendance at the workshop implies acceptance of these rules


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