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We invite you to our studio for the porcelain painting workshops.

Visit us in the centre of Warsaw at Tamka 45b street!

You will have a chance to see and learn about the production processof porcelain pieces in our studio. During the workshop we will present various decorative techniques with the use of ceramic pigments and various tools.

Each participant will have a chance to choose three white bisque items

(pre-fired in 850 degrees Celsius) for personal decoration.

The forms available to choose from are: tapas bowls, plates or cups.

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Participants will receive finished (glazed and fired in 1240C) dishes after about a week after the workshops. 

Once they cool down, they are ready to be picked up or sent to you!

Finished items are food and dishwasher safe. 

The duration of the workshop is approximately 3 hours.

Cost PLN 450 (a non-refundable advance payment of PLN 200 is needed to book a spot)

Workshops are intended for small groups of 6 to 10 people. If less people sign up, we reserve a right to cancel the event and will refund the payment.

During the workshop you might get a bit dirty - we advise you to bring clothes that can get dusty. We will provide warm beverages, such as coffee or tea. 

The workshops are aimed at people who are over 14 years old. 

We can arrange private workshops for organised groups or companies - message us and we will find a suitable date. (The cost of the workshop is PLN 4,500 pln for 6-10 peoples)

The nearest date of the workshop in Polish is:

02.12.2023 12:00

06.01.2024 12:00

03.02.2024 12:00

02.03.2024 12:00

06.04.2024 12:00

Personalized vouchers for workshops in Polish are available in our store at Tamka 45B

English workshops:

Workshops in English only for organized groups, minimum 6, maximum 10 people

 

Sign up by sending us an e-mail with your name, telephone number and chosen date to: fenekwarsztaty@gmail.com


Feel free to contact us at fenekwarsztaty@gmail.com

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