Part 1 At Tundra Ceramics Studio
Becoming familiar with the principles of Tundra design philosophy. Trying out various forming techniques through demonstrations. Getting acquainted with the feel of the material by practicing the manufacture of small presentation trays.
Lunch made from locally produced ingredients
Part 2 At Tundra Ceramics Studio
Studying the coating of ceramics and the effect glazing has on an item. Experimenting with various glazing methods. At the end of the day, learning about firing in ceramics using the Raku method.
Part 1 At Tundra Gallery and grounds
Revising what was made and learnt on Day 1. Harvesting wild ingredients from the Tundra grounds for the afternoon’s cooking session.
Part 2 At the Tundra Restaurant kitchen
Preparing dinner under the guidance of Chef Jarmo Pitkänen. Laying the table using successful items from yesterday’s class. Learning how to take well-composed, high-quality photographs of ingredients, dishes and portions.
We round up these two eventful days with a jointly prepared dinner and a discussion of the skills and impressions we have picked up at Tundra Studio Restaurant.
Travel and accommodation