Kingston Arts

Ceramics Workshop: Tactile Sounds

In this 3-part online workshop series, you will be guided by Kingston Ceramic Studio artist, Christine Yeghyaian to explore the relationship between clay and the senses.

Focusing on sound and touch, this workshop will take you on a walking journey through the natural environment where you will forage for raw materials and create an impression of a found surface in clay. You will learn ceramic techniques, including slab-rolling and sgraffito and use tools and objects from within the home. You will be encouraged to make a sound recording during the walk, which will be used as inspiration in your final build and design. Through this workshop, you will be encouraged and supported to think about ceramic concepts and techniques in a brand-new way.


  • Workshop kit pick-up: Saturday 27 June, 10am -12pm
  • Workshop video access: Saturday 27 June - Saturday 11 July
  • Zoom catch-up online: Saturday 11 July, 11am - 12pm
  • Ceramic artwork drop-off (kiln firing): Saturday 25 July, 10am - 12pm


  • Suitable for both beginners and experienced ceramicists interested in trying a different approach to making
  • Suitable for all ages, however those under 12 years are encouraged to participate with adult supervision
  • Small class size, limited to 15 participants (online only)
  • You will receive an email with workshop instructions and videos prior to 27 June


Online tickets via Kingston Arts website

Watch artist promo video


Christine Yeghyaian is a current Kingston Ceramic Studio artist-in-residence with a background in music and abstract art. She is currently undertaking her Honours year in Fine Art (Ceramics) at RMIT. Christina’s practice is informed by the emotive and embodied experience of listening to music and how this can be translated into form using ceramics.

Event starts
Saturday 27 June, 2020
Event ends
Saturday 25 July, 2020
Kingston Arts
Venue Address
979-985 Nepean Highway

Victoria , Moorabbin

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