Online & Free
8 Days . 30 Artists . 30 Workshops . Live Q&A's
Event Starts In
Fri, 7 Feb - Sat, 15 Feb, 2020
About The Event
Tell your friends about it to win several tools and gifts!
- Polymer clay Jewelry
- Polymer clay New trends
- Polymer clay Sculpting
- Polymer clay Surface Design
- Polymer clay in Mixed Media
- Friends of Polymer Clay
- Polymer clay Canes
Frequently Asked Questions
Polymer Clay Symposium is a yearly online event bringing Polymer clay artists together to show you the latest techniques in Polymer clay.
During the symposium, you will get to watch artists worldwide and learn with them. US, Canada, Brazil, Europe
You will also be able to interact with them all from the comfort of your home.
How much does it cost?
Each workshop will be available for 24 hrs for free. We plan to have 3 workshops each day. It is free for you to watch.
This online event has the potential to reach thousands of aspiring polymer clay artists and experienced artists and a lot of interaction.
You will have the option to buy the workshop bundle and that will be split amongst the participating artists.
Win-win-win for everyone.
What is the goal of the Polymer clay Symposium?
• To inspire people on all things Polymer clay
• To educate people on different techniques and new trends
• To discuss the industry, products, and changes
We want as many people as possible to know about polymer clay and its possibilities.
These will be great workshops, talks and experiences that people will get to watch free and interact - (normally these types of events are held behind closed doors)
You can watch all the content - nothing hidden - without paying a penny.
How to Sculpt and Texture a Mermaid Tail with a Flexible Fin
Making Your Own Easter Bunny Sculpture
Fantasy & Nature Inspired Jewelry
Making (Translucent) Clay Inserts into Polymer Clay Sheets
Creating Skin Textures for Polymer Clay Sculptures
Turning Scrap Clay Into Art
Why buy boring clasps when you can make your own unique clasps perfect for any design (using clay and a handful of tools)
Handmade Food Miniatures