Clay & Sip is a fun and unique way to uncork your creativity as an experienced local potter takes you step by step through the process of unleashing your inner artist while you paint a unique piece of crockery to add to your kitchen collection. All proceeds go to funding Call 2 Care's (NPO) Service Projects. For a low cost of R395 per person, you will receive a featured raw clay piece, clay paint, brushes, a delicious gourmet canapé meal prepared by Twaalf Community Kitchen, a glass of Rascillion wine to sip on while Cherie from CK-Ramics Pottery Studio guides you through creating an original piece of your own with any pattern you choose. Creative inspiration will be provided.
This event is one of a series of 6 events where at each event you will get the opportunity to paint 1 piece of a 6 piece set. Signing up for all series of the events will allow you to collect a 6 piece set. Attending multiple events will also give you the opportunity to come back and collect the piece you created at previous events. The 6 piece set includes:
- A Bowl (April)
- A Mug (May)
- A Side Plate (June)
- A Milk Jug (July)
- A Sugar Bowl (August)Salt and Pepper set (September)
At this event, we will be painting a Bowl. Tickets to the event can be purchased by clicking the link below:
Please note that all created pieces need to be fired and finished after you have painted them. It is recommended that you leave your pieces with us after the event. This takes about 2 weeks, and once the pieces are fired they will be available for collection at Twaalf Restaurant. You are welcome to take the raw pieces home with you after the event, but they will not look finished, will be brittle and be likely to break. Firing and completing the piece will ensure that they last longer and look glossy and this service is included in the fee.
❤🍷 Featured Potter: Ck-Ramics ❤🍷
Cherie Prins is potter, ceramicist, artist, designer and teacher. Pottery for her is not a hobby or a play medium, but her God-given passion.
❤🍷 Featured Clay Masterpiece: Bowl ❤🍷
There will be examples of specific patterns and bowls that have been created before on the day. You are welcome to bring whatever inspiration you need to create the unique piece you want.
❤🍷 Food orders ❤🍷
There area series of gourmet canapé meals that will be provided over the course of the afternoon. If there are any dietary requirements, please specify at least 3 days before the event.
❤🍷 Wine or Beverage ❤🍷
Your complimentary glass of Rascallion Wines will be served on arrival. If you are not drinking alcohol a nonalcoholic beverage of your choosing is available. After your complimentary glass of wine or beverage, you may order additional beverages from the bar.
❤🍷 Parking ❤🍷
Twaalf Restaurant is located in Stellenbosch. Street Parking is Available.
❤🍷 Seating ❤🍷
Tickets purchased together will be seated together. Please do let us know if you would like to sit with a group of other people who have also purchased tickets to the event. Send the names of the group to firstname.lastname@example.org.
❤🍷 Materials ❤🍷
All paint materials for the class will be provided. Please note that all created pieces need to be fired and finished after you have painted them. It is recommended that you leave your pieces with us after the event. This takes about 2 weeks and once the pieces are fired they will be available for collection at Twaalf Restaurant. You are welcome to take the raw pieces home with you after the event, but they will not look finished, will be brittle and be likely to break. Firing and completing the piece will ensure that they last longer and look glossy and this service is included in the fee.
❤💛💚💙 Call 2 Care ❤💛💚💙
Call 2 Care is a Non-Profit Organisation based in South Africa. Call 2 Care is the voice of our disadvantaged communities and creates sustainable community development projects that connect volunteers, existing NGOs, and anyone that can provide a helping hand. From improving health and nutrition at hospitals and children's homes to implementing drought resistant food gardens, our various projects and initiatives have impacted the lives of hundreds, yielding successful and favourable outcomes.