Ceramics Workshop at The Farm Shed

Unleash your creative side, while you graze, sip, create and laugh.  

Glazed & Confused is a pottery studio that specialises in introducing people to the joy of ceramics, offering workshops and classes to professionals and beginners.

Regular Farm Shed visitors may remember the colourful, whimsical and cheeky small sculptures of women by Julie Perry that we stocked. We haven’t been able to get any for a while because Julie has been busy setting up this new ceramics studio and workshop program.

A pair of Julie Perry’s whimsical feminine figures at The Farm Shed a few seasons ago

We are thrilled that Glazed and Confused will be visiting Bicheno to conduct a ceramic painting workshop at The Farm Shed on Saturday 19 June.

Participants will use Glazed & Confused’s handmade pottery to decorate their own plate and cup while feasting on a handmade spread designed by Glazed and Confused’s own chef Christopher Bell and sipping East Coast Region wines from The Farm Shed, available for purchase on the day. 

Numbers are limited to just 20 so book early to secure your place!

Unleash your creative side, while you graze, sip, create and laugh with Glazed and Confused Ceramics workshop at The Farm Shed
Unleash your creative side, while you graze, sip, create and laugh with Glazed and Confused Ceramics workshop at The Farm Shed

WHAT: Ceramic Decoration Workshop

WHO: Glazed and Confused

WHEN: Saturday 19 June 2 – 4pm

HOW MUCH: $75 for the workshop and food – drinks additional to be purchased on the day from The Farm Shed’s range, available by the bottle or glass.

BOOKINGS: https://glazedandconfused.as.me/farmshed

Decorate your own unique cup and plate with Glazed and Confused Ceramics workshop at The Farm Shed
Decorate your own unique cup and plate with Glazed and Confused Ceramics workshop at The Farm Shed
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