Hello! I’m Jessica Ing and I am a designer, a hands-on thinker, and children’s instructor for creative clay techniques at various locations. I was educated at OCADU and have a BDes in Industrial Design and Minor in Industrial Ceramics. In the summer of 2013 I traveled to Hungary to pursue knowledge and experience from the A-Z porcelain workshops at the International Ceramic Studio. From all this experience I am starting to create my own work in ceramics. I like making things that are functional. Sometimes my artistic side comes into play and I like making sculptural objects in clay. At the moment, I’m exploring and making in my hometown in Scarborough.
Last Course is a creative approach, presenting delicious desserts to your guests. This stimulating play-ground attraction will get your guest’s actively participating for their dessert. Your guests need to take a handle on the monkey bars to move through some of the sweets. A small eating competition on the slide can prove who among your guests will have the best brain freeze. On the teeter-totter, two of your guest will have to join forces to eat the dessert. Meanwhile, another pair can enjoy swinging dessert across the table to one another. This is the Last Course, ceramic dishes to entertain and enjoy your confections of the day.