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Rovin Fall Raku Firing! Saturday, Nov 9th

Raku Firing November 9th 10:30AM

Come glaze a premade pot and watch in amazement as it gets fired and cooled in a matter of minutes resulting in unique rainbow and metallic surfaces that can only be yielded from this specialty firing. This is a great fall activity for adults and kids, and no ceramic experience is required! Pottery, glazes, and complimentary hot cider and donuts will be provided. This is an outdoor event so dress accordingly! For more questions contact

Event Details

Rovin Ceramics 253 Dino Drive Suite A Ann Arbor MI 48103

Saturday, November 9th 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Important! If you would like to participate in the raku event you must glaze a pot by 1:30PM in order to get your pot fired before the event is over.


Glaze a premade pot - $15 per pot
Watch and learn the raku firing process – Free! That’s right, this event is free to attend and watch without purchasing a pot.

What to Expect:
If you glaze a pot, plan to stick around for about 45 mins (give or take, times may vary) for your pot to dry, fire and cool. While you're waiting and watching the Raku firing process, there will be complimentary donuts and hot cider to enjoy and keep warm with!

How to prepare:
We will have safety ropes marking off where it is safe to stand away from the kiln but raku firing can be a very smoky process so wear clothes you don’t mind smelling like a campfire!

Wear layers!We are not sure what the weather will be like so bring coats, thermals, hats gloves etc. Whatever you think you will need to be comfortable outside. The glazing area will be tented but This is an outdoor event.

 Call or email Rovin with any questions at 734-424-3345,

We hope to see you there!