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Saturday 12 October 2019: Bookings now open!


  • This one-day demo workshop with Greg Daly will provide a comprehensive knowledge about lustre glazing.The workshop will cover a history of lustre, from 9th century beginning in Egypt to contemporary application. The 4 different types of lusre: pigment, lustre glaze, fuming & resinate. Each technique will be covered with images of mixing, application, how to fire, & results. Both practical and technical, you will go away with an understanding and knowledge of how to create a lustred surface on your work.

What You Will Learn

  • The nuts and bolts about lustre ingredients and firing atmospheres
  • The history of lustre glazing
  • An understanding of the 4 different ways of achieving lustre finishes

What You Get

  • New knowledge about lustre from the author of the text “Lustre Glazing”
  • Increased confidence about how to proceed with lustre glazing in the future
  • Understanding of the history of lustre glazing


To book please select the course date. You will need a credit card.

The course consists of one day session on Saturday 12 October 10am –

Price: $195(normal and new students) $175 (current SCC students and concession) $155 (PDP students)

Slow Clay Centre, 13 Keele St, Collingwood, Victoria

About Greg Daly

Greg Daly is an internationally known and respected Australian ceramic artist who specialises in rich glaze effects and lustres  and is also the author of Glazes and Glazing Techniques (1995 Simon & Schuster), Lustre (AC Black) and Developing Glazes (AC Black 2013) . His work is represented in over 80 national and international art galleries and museums (including the National Gallery of Australia and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London), and he has won 36 national and international awards. He held his 100th solo exhibition at Sabbia Gallery, Sydney, in early 2019 and has exhibited in over 200 international and national group exhibitions. In 1999 he received an ARC grant to research the effect of firing cycles in the development of copper red glazes. Greg is a member of the International Academy of Ceramics (Geneva), past president of Craft Australia and was head of the Ceramic Workshop, Canberra School of Art, ANU.

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