Hand Building Pottery Course for Beginners

Learn how to make pottery and glaze ceramics



2 x 2.5 hours 1 to 11 label $220 or 4 payments of $55 Afterpay


Learn clay hand building techniques at this fun two session pottery course in Melbourne!

This series is ideal for beginners or anyone interested in ceramics without committing to a full term. Workshops are held over a fortnight. When booking, the date selected will be the date of the first workshop.

WORKSHOP 1: HAND-BUILDING BASICS
Learn basic hand-building techniques to create everyday items – such as cups, bowls, plates and vases. Explore different clays, make beautiful pieces to take home and walk away with a new art skill. Let's get our hands dirty!

WORKSHOP 2: GLAZE AND COLOUR
This workshop gives the opportunity to glaze and colour any work made in the first session. We'll cover a range of surface decoration techniques using brush-on glazes and underglazes. This is an exciting part of the handmade process that will deepen your understanding and appreciation of ceramics.

2020 DATES
• Sat, 15 and 29 Feb, 2:30 - 5:00PM
• Sat, 18 Apr and 2 May, 2:30 - 5:00PM

NOTE: Ticket price includes both workshops and afternoon tea. All materials and tools will be provided. You will be notified once your work is ready for collection; typically three to four weeks after the last workshop.

See you there! :)

Add-on available for this class

Standard Booking ($220)

You can add these when you book (optional).
 
Knowledge Required
Perfect for beginners.
 
What you'll get
Learn how to make and glaze ceramics by hand; meet other like-minded creatives in fun and relaxed environment.
 
What to bring
An apron or old shirt they don't mind getting dirty.
 
Session repeats

This class series runs for 2 consecutive weeks, at the same time each week

Location

Think Thornbury - 800 High Street, Thornbury VIC

Your teacher
Everyday Clay
 
Everyday Clay



I'm Amanda, ceramic artist and studio founder of Everyday Clay. My design style is inspired by simple, fun and playful things in life. In my practice, I draw heavily on hand-building techniques to produce small-batch ceramics for the everyday home. I enjoy running workshops in the community as a way of inspiring creativity and a love for handmade things. It's been amazing being part of the creative community and I'm eternally grateful for my students' support for the work I do.

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