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Trolli | Sat & Sun | 6/29 & 6/30 | 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Making and firing a sawdust kiln is an exciting and simple way of firing clay.  The materials you require to build a brick kiln are inexpensive, and you can get most of them for free if you look around and the pottery that you produce will register the marks made from the organic materials burning amongst the work. It has a dark, rich organic look, which is beautiful enough to rival a lot of expensive pottery glazes. 

Students will build a sawdust kiln while simultaneously loading their work.

Students should bring along bisque fired work.