Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course
Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course
Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course
Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course
Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course
Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course
Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course
Fetch & Follow

Kana London + Fetch & Follow Workshop | Make Your Own Dog Bowl February Course

Fetch & Follow and Kana London are pleased to launch their first collaborative workshops hosted within Bonds Hackney, taking place over a 3 week period (7th,14th and 21st February 7-9pm)

You will create your own unique ceramic dog bowl along with a healing paw balm for your dog. 

Over the 3 week course you will:

  1. Create a  unique ceramic bowl perfect for your dogs food or water, with the skilful help of the Kana London team.
  2. Return to the Kana London studio where your pieces from the 1st session will be fired and ready for your glazing session. You will explore the world of magic behind the glazes, while choosing and glazing your bowl
  3. In the final session you will receive your bowl from a glaze firing and together with the Fetch & Follow team you will take part in an informative and interactive workshop where you will create a healing paw balm and learn more about how a holistic approach can enhance/ balance the immune system of your dog

On the third session the Fetch & Follow team will be joined by Da Fioretti Herbarium and Lavender Fingers 

If you are buying this as a gift please let us know and we can produce a gift card for you

More about our collaborative partners

Kana London

Kana’s approach to her work is experimental and playful. She works with a unique range of clays and mixes her own glazes, often turn- ing her back on traditional ceramic practices. Hand building, rather than turning on the wheel, further emphasizes the individuality of each piece.