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June 10th to 22nd 2024

For all levels

Price 1490 USD

SOLD OUT - message us here to join the waiting list 

We are so happy to announce that Lidia Bosevski, internationally known potter based in Croatia, will come and teach a two weeks workshop in our studio in Bali in June 2024.


The Ceramics and Nature Course is an approach to ceramics through the five senses: two weeks of immersion in nature, creativity, and silence characterizes this course.

Observing and following our impulses, attracted by the most incredible details that nature offers us, awaken our creativity, our natural sense of harmony and aesthetics. Free of preconceptions and expectations, we create our ceramic pieces, being part of nature.

Walking through the jungle and at the beach, we search not only for inspiration but also textures, tools, and materials. Back in the studio, we will investigate and test to select the raw material for the ceramic objects we want to create.

In the Ceramics and Nature Course, we will learn to look further afield to learn about the characteristics of our raw materials, nature and throughout the ceramic process until firing during the ceramic classes.

Participants have the opportunity to create their own collection of ceramic objects inspired by the learning and days of immersion in nature.

BIO of the artist

Lidia Boševski graduated from the School of Applied Arts over a period of five years in Zagreb, and the Faculty of Technology - department of Textile and Clothing Design. In the early 1990s, Boševski focused on painting with combined graphic techniques; at that stage of her career, the artist has achieved a number of group andsolo exhibitions.

In 2002, her focus shifted to the medium of ceramics. Lydia's works and projects are inspired by nature, textures, structures, materials and natural shapes.
With the opening of the Owl studio in 2005, she developed new creative approaches through research and the use of natural local materials, artistic expression and design. She has achieved about 20 solo and participated in 70 group exhibitions of ceramics. She is a member of artistic organizations Hdlu, Ulupuh and Hzsu.

Workshop details

Hours of work each day 9am-12pm - 2pm-5pm

Day 1 - presentations, lectures, making of test tiles for raw materials, engobes, glazes 

Day 2-3 - going to nature to collect local materials. Processing materials, testing raw materials, transformations into engobe and natural glazes

Day 4-5-6 - going to nature to collect local materials. Making objects from selected ones, making patterns with the help of natural tools transferring forms and redefining them

Day 7-8-9 - work on natural free forms - sculptural and utilitarian objects, with techniques that liberate and highlight individualism, transferring directly natural forms and redefining them.

Day 10 - finishing all made ceramics, glazing. 

Day 11 - filling the kiln, making natural tools and brushes

Day 12 - firing - day off

Day 13 - opening of the kiln, discussion of results and upgrade possibilities


It includes the teaching and assistance of the instructor and Mahteh Ceramic Studio’s team, all the studio material, the firings, the lunches, the welcome dinner and the excursions.


Is not included:

Flight tickets

Transportation from airport to lodging

Lodging - see lodging suggestions here

Breakfast and dinner

Lunch during free day

Any personal purchase



Registration until May 10th 2024.

Minimum 6 participants, maximum 8 participants.

For more information and or registration, please, send us an e-mail to


Registration, cancellations and refunds 


  • A 50% deposit is required for registration.

  • The balance is due no later than 30 days prior to workshop start date.


  • Registrants who need to cancel must do so at least 30 days before the workshop date.

  • Cancellations made at least 45 days before workshop, will receive a refund minus a 5 percent administrative fee.

  • Cancellations made at least 30 days before workshop, will receive a 50% refund minus a 5% administrative fee.

  • Cancellations made less than 30 days before the training program, will not receive a refund.

Registration Modifications :

  • Registration modifications to indicate a substitute participant must be completed at least seven business days before the workshop date.

Workshop Cancellations:

  • If Mahteh Ceramic Studio has to cancel a workshop due to low enrollment, instructor illness or other unforeseen circumstances, you will be informed as soon as possible You may then enroll in another workshop (based on availability) or receive a full refund. Mahteh Ceramic Studio is not responsible for lodging, travel, or other arrangement losses incurred as a result of a workshop cancellation.

Any pandemic related Workshop Cancellations

  • If we are unable to run the session because of government restrictions / advice, we will offer everyone who has booked a credit for the same workshop at a future date. If this is not possible, we will offer a credit to the same value that can be used for any of our workshops.

  • Mahteh Ceramic Studio is not responsible for lodging, travel, or other arrangement losses incurred as a result of a workshop cancellation.

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