Rob Linigen Glaze mixing for cone 6 (1220oC) workshops
Enrich your glaze surfaces with this 2 day workshop with Rob Linigen. Learn to mix your own
cone 6 glazes, and extend your range of colours and surfaces. You’ll learn some basic glaze
chemistry and practical testing methods to adapt and apply glazes to your clay and firing.
Troubleshoot your glaze problems and learn to apply glaze consistently and creatively.
Recommended clays for cone 6 (1220oC)
The clay we will be testing on is mainly Keanes Midfire No 6 which is fine white throwing
clay, good for tableware. Less than 1% absorption at full cone 6
We will also do some sampling on Keanes Lumina Midfire porcelain and the new Black
About Rob Linigen
Rob Linigen is a master potter, al round good guy, and a teacher passionate about
experimenting with glaze and firing techniques. As former Senior Head Teacher Fine Arts,
Nepean College WSI TAFE, he will help you to develop your skills in ceramics to the highest
His studio is based in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney amidst a lovely bushland setting.
PCAI have experienced the passion and generosity of Robs teaching during our Raku
workshop programs at his studio, over the past 2 winters and hopefully will again this year.
Venue: Parramatta Clay & Arts Inc Studio; Shop 5/4 to 14 Hunter Street
Dates: Sunday March 15 & 22, 2020
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Cost: $250 for both days: includes all test tiles and firings
Students should bring
A note book and pen, camera, a USB stick, lunch (There is an RSL club nearby that serves
Bring along a sample of a glaze giving you any problems for trouble shooting on day 2, when
Rob will investigate the glaze recipe and firing temp.
Free street parking outside studio on Sundays; PCAI studio is a short walk from train station
Contact Information: E: firstname.lastname@example.org P: 04145414589