Pottery for Beginners: A Short Introduction starting 28/5

Pottery for Beginners: A Short Introduction

Enjoy a short course to gain the basics. Over 3 sessions, concentrate on handbuilding forming cylinders and bowls. Finish by finessing and glazing your items.

In these 3 sessions, you have options to learn handbuilding of functional or decorative works.

Beginners or intermediate students are welcome to enrol.

Session 1: Forming (pinched, coiled and slab)

Session 2: Finessing (joining, if any)

Session 3: Glazing

In this program, you will create 3 - 4 different objects. With detailed tutor demonstrations and help along the way, the classes are limited to maximum 10 students so that you get enough attention from the teacher.

Please note, there is a gap between Session 2 and Session 3 to allow enough time for drying and firing your works. You are encourage to attend all three sessions to ensure you follow all stages with other fellow students.

Ideas and inspirations will also be provided.

Dates/ Times (6:00-9.00pm))


Friday 28 May

Friday 4 June

Friday 18 June

Pottery for Beginners: A Short Introduction starting 28/5

SKU: 21T2 A Short pottery course 2
  • Roy Chandra (Snow Monkey Pottery) completed a Diploma in Visual Arts in Ceramics in 2018. His ceramic works are largely inspired by Japanese Pottery, however he often experiments with many different styles, including more contemporary forms and designs. He particularly loves wheel-thrown pottery and discussing about new ideas. Some of his recent works can be found at Sturt Gallery in Mittagong and Chinaclay in Clovelly.  



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