Ceramic Jewellery workshop by Shu-Lin Wu

Date: Dec 3th, 5th, 10th, 11th (4 days), 2022

Time: 10am-5pm

Maximum number of participant: 8 people

Price: 10,900 THB + tool kit 1,100THB

Enrolment deadline: Oct 31st, 2022

Born in 1980 Taipei, Taiwan. Shu-Lin Wu graduated in Applied Art (metalwork) from Fu-Jen Catholic University. She received Diplôme National d’Arts Plastiques and Diplôme National Supérieur d’Expression Plastiques from École Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg in France in 2005 and 2008.  She is the winner of the design competition “ESPOIRS DE LA CREATION 2008” by le Comité Colbert in France. In 2015, she got selected for ” 2015 Itami International Jewellery Exhibition “ in Japan, and finalist of ” The Second New Taipei City Ceramics Awards 2015 “ in Taiwan. Her works appear regularly in exhibitions in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the North America. They are presented in many permanent collections of international museums and institutes such as Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal, Cominelli Foundation in Italy, Musée des Arts Décoratifs et de la Mode in Marseille, and Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Shu-Lin Wu has been giving lectures and teaching workshops since 2009. 

In this workshop Shu-Lin Wu will give a lecture on ceramic in contemporary jewellery, explanation and examples on techniques used by modern jewellers, and the ways to connect ceramic elements. Participants will learn the principle of slip casting and mould making. Everyone will create a one-piece or two-piece plaster mold, use the mould to create multiple elements, then turns the multiple elements into wearable pieces. 

Participants without experiences in ceramic and/or jewellery making are welcome!

Workshop schedule:

Dec 3rd 

Introduction of ceramic in contemporary jewellery

Mould making

Dec 4th

Let the mould dry (No class)

Dec 5th

Slip casting

coloring slip


Dec 6th-9th

Let the work dry, firing (No Class)

Dec 10th

Sanding and Polishing

Building up jewellery

Dec 11th

Jewellery making

Show time! Presenting your pieces.

Tool kit includes:

Modeling clay


Wood board

Wood slats

Flexible bowl

Rolling pin

Super glue

Small knife

Craft knife

Rubber pen

Tooth brush

Flat small paint brush

Latex glove

Dust mask

White Clay

Color stains

Stirring stick

Plastic pouring jar

Sanding sponge

Sanding paper

Make-up sponge