This is tricky, Yes you can - but please let us know in advance!
They can be ticking time bombs as the water imbued in the clay turns to steam in the Bisque Firing, often exploding or cracking the piece into... pieces.
This affects everyone in the communal firings, however if you have a kiln to yourself then the risk is yours. Solid works require long periods of time to dry, a shortcut can be stabbing the thickness with fine needle tools to make holes in the core masses of clay.
Do you have any more questions?
Please contact us and it might make it onto our FAQs page (with many thanks to you!)
we are kil.n.it
kil.n.it is a not for profit creative space, providing studios, workshop space and classes to those with an explorative, avant-garde attitude to ceramics.
Made possible by the City of Sydney Accommodation Grants program ~ we thank you!
AUSTRALIAN BUSHFIRE APPEAL
to help those in our ceramics community affected by the devastating bush fires please follow the link to find out how
the studio @ The Nurses Quarters (behind the library)
184 Glebe Point Road, Glebe 2037
the classroom @ Glebe Town Hall
160 St John's Road, Glebe 2037
Emergencies phone: +61 459 500 164
office contact hours: 10am - 4pm weekdays
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