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  1. Tom Coleman Firing Workshop where: Geil Kilns Headquarters & Manufacturing center in Huntington Beach, CA. when: ---October 18,19,20th, 2014--- how much: $275 * Learn Firing & Glazing Techniques from the Pros with over 40+ years of experience. * Hands-On, Glaze and Fire your own work! * Tom Coleman & Paul Geil take you step by step through the finishing process. * Learn how to produce incredible results from a variety of types of glazes including the elusive Leopard Spot Shinos * And take home a wealth of knowledge and possibly the most incredible pots you've ever made! * Lunch provided during the workshop. Space is Limited! Reserve your space today. Call GEIL KILNS at 1-800-887-4345 or 714-847-6135
  2. I am a high school ceramics teacher (this is my first year doing ceramics in 6 years after a transfer within my district) so I am relearning everything about ceramcis, and kiln firing is very new for me. The school has a Geil gas kiln. I am (attempting) cone 10 reduction firing and I can not get Vegas Red to come out red. One piece came out transparent (middlish-front of the kiln). There were a couple that were towards the bottom back of the kiln that had some red come out. I am following a schedule I found in a notebook from the previous teacher. It fires around 12 hours. The glaze is the premixed glaze from aardvark. I hope this is enough information to help me out I am not sure if I am getting into reduction properly or not. Any help would be great, if I need to provide more information please let me know. Like I said this is new for me and trying to figure it all out. Thanks, Michael
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