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Saturday Pottery

Saturdays: 10 to 11:30 am (age 6 to 13)

Instructor Luc Bihan (Bilingual)

Fall 1 session: September 23 to November 4
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks + taxes

Fall 2 session: November 11 to December 23
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks + taxes

Winter session: January 13 to March 10
Fee: $245 for 9 weeks + taxes

Spring session: March 24 to May 5 
Fee: $170 for 6 weeks + taxes (off on Easter March 31)

Summer session: May 12 to June 23  
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks + taxes

Our prices includes clay, double firing and glazing

Drop in / try out at 25$ cash a session

Space limited to 6 kids

Call  416-461-7936  or Click here for registration

Bring your kid to learn about the art of ceramics and experience which will never forget! Accessible from kindergarten children to university. We will discuss and create pots, humans, animals, nature and more through ceramic art, introduction of wheel techniques, and decorating methods. We will gain creative problem solving, pride, accomplishment and friendship. 

Luc Bihan is the owner and guide of LucSculpture School & Studios created in 2006. He has been running Summer camps, March Break Camps and Winter camps, as well as clay school field trip, clay birthday partyadvance clay sculpture for kids and Sculpture A to Z for adults at LucSculpture for the past 8 years.
He started its artist studies at San Francisco City College in 1982 and at San Francisco Art Institute until 1985. Luc continue working clay in the studios of l’ADAC in Paris with different guidance while working in animation until 1999. During that period, he travel to many countries exploring various clay set up in Asia, Africa, and East Europe. Luc came to Toronto in 1999 as a director of animation and work for two years at Nelvana. In 2001, he became a full time clay sculptor and instructor.
In 2002-03 Luc Bihan wrote the philosophies of LucSculpture and open the school in 2006 at 100 Greenwood then at the current location at 663 Greenwood Avenue in 2007.Recently, he is interested in the healing qualities (water egg container (vortex), clay water filter, and the sounds frequencies of clay making drums and other clay musical instruments.
Luc is part of personal Collections in the USA, France, Canada, Dubai, Italy, Brasil, Japan and a few more.