$1220.00 SGD

SOCA Presents: Porcelain MoonJar MasterClass with MoonDoBang

We are deeply honored and delighted to welcome the prolific and esteemed Korean potter, Mr. Moon Byung Sik, a.k.a. MoonDoBang, to Singapore in November 2024. This is a rare opportunity for all aspiring potters and wheel-throwing ceramic practitioners to gather, find fellowship and camaraderie who share a passion for the art of porcelain throwing and be inspired by a masterful practice and the charisma of an exceptional potter.

Tickets for Demonstration Viewing & Pop-Up Showcase of Mr Moon's Ceramics

Date: 1st November 2024, Friday

Time: 6PM - 9 PM 

 SGD 50

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Workshop Content: Porcelain Moon Jar Throwing 
Artist Tutor: Moon Byung Sik

- 1st November 2024 (Friday)  6PM - 9PM
- 2nd & 3rd November 2024 (Saturday & Sunday)   10AM - 4PM

Workshop Venue:  Singapore. To Be Announced by Aug/Sept 2024. 

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About the MasterClass:

In this 3 Days Masterclass workshop, Mr Moon Byung Sik a.k.a MoonDoBang will be sharing his stellar techniques of throwing with porcelain. Participants will be working with 2-3 KG of porcelain clay per throws and receive hand-on-hand guidance by Mr Moon on the Korean technique of lifting porcelain cylinders effectively. Mr Moon will also be teaching his methodology of crafting beautiful 10KG porcelain moonjars and altered forms.

*Conducted in Korean and translated in English.

*All materials are included.

Tuition Fees: SGD 1220

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About Moon Byung Sik

Byung Sik Moon, the visionary behind Moon Do Bang, is a prolific master potter known for his tireless dedication to crafting exquisite porcelain. With over two decades of expertise, Moon's journey began in high school, where diligence propelled him to surpass peers.

Mr Moon started Moon Do Bang - which means Moon’s Pottery Shop - at 26. He has transitioned from personal preferences to user-centric creations. Embracing traditional Korean influences, Moon's work mirrors the precision of historical potters. His production studio is in Yeuju, a town steeped in ceramic history, known for its fine-grade porcelain. Mr Moon produces 1000–3000 pots every month with an assistant’s help. In addition to thrown pots, Mr Moon also produces customized slab-built and slip-cast plates.

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Don't miss this incredible opportunity to learn from a Korean Master, get inspired, and build lasting connections within the pottery community. Secure your spot today and embark on a journey of artistic exploration and personal growth.

We look forward to hosting you at this exclusive event. 


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