Our team of friendly and knowledgeable tutors Katie Hess, Ian Gwynne, Nessa Grimes, Kate Wade, Austin Gannon, John Chamberlain, and Clelia Cacciarelli, run courses throughout the year covering all aspects of pottery. Whether you’re interested in wheelwork, you’d like to get into hand building, or you want to find out more about techniques like raku and glazing, we’re sure to have a course for you! We welcome all ages and experience levels, and also offer sessions for children and families.
Sundragon Community Pottery also offers studio membership for anyone with basic knowledge of pottery to come and go as they please. This gives you access to the pottery, clay, tools, glazes, and equipment. We’d advise that you take one of our courses first, so you can understand how our studio operates. Members are often on hand to provide assistance and offer guidance to their fellow members. Please click the button below to find out more about membership fees and how to pay.
Sundragon Pottery in conjunction with CWCHA is proud to present… The Sundragon Clay Pack Project Virtual Exhibition.
Throughout the summer and early autumn of 2020 one hundred and twenty five people in Warwickshire had a great time creating with clay. This exhibition showcases all the things that they made. It all started in June when Sundragon Pottery gained funding from CWCHA to send out boxes of air drying clay, tools and a booklet of ideas and instructions.
Membership Rates at Sundragon Community Pottery Friends of Sundragon – No Studio Access -£48 per month/£36 (unwaged) Studio Access Membership – starts at £72 per month/£60 (unwaged) Membership involves an induction, @£24, and for many, it will also involve a period of...
What a roller-coaster this year has been, for everyone! It looks like we are still in for a mammoth ride. Sundragon have been responding to the Covid19 pandemic, by offering a ‘take-away’ service to our Members and Friends. Friend’s of Sundragon, is a new subscription,...
Hello It has been a very strange year, so far, and it’s bound to get weirder! I watched the Coronavirus, with some fear, as news started to come out of China in early January. I even made a pinch pot “response” to it, enamoured with...
Whether you’re a beginner or intermediate thrower, our wheelwork courses will help you learn how to make beautiful and functional bowls, mugs, teapots, and more.
Unleash your inner artist on one of our hand building courses, where we’ll show you how to make anything and everything from basic pinch pots to impressive sculptures.
From glazes to slipware, raku and beyond, our decorating courses will give you the skills you need to turn even the most basic pot into a completely unique work of art.
We offer a welcoming environment to novices, with well-paced courses designed to introduce you to the basics of pottery covering tools, techniques, and processes.