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Our own potteryneighbour Stuart Lightheart has three of his Sophocles inspired elegant pieces called Antigone I - III in a Midland Potters’ Association curated show at Rugby Art Gallery & Museum, 19 September – 1 October, if you get the chance, go and have a...

An attempt at building a musical instrument, a cornett, or Zink, a kind of flute. unfortunately it cracked, but is still very beautiful.    ...

 great owl created by our steve    our actual animal. policy on animals: the cat is not allowed on the table      lovely elephants created by one of our potters  ...

we are also on instagram https://instagram.com/sundragonpottery/:)...

We offer a Raku course with Austin Gannon:Wednesday 26th August: Adults 11am - 1pm; Children 2pm - 4pmThursday 27th August: Adults 11am - 1pm; Children 2pm - 4pm; Firing at 5pm with BarbequeSunday 30th August: Rakufiring 3pm£ 20 per session...

 Join our adult pottery classes, where everyone is welcome to learn about and play with clay:(this is a different course than the regular sessions, even though some workshops already have taken place you can still go, don't be discouraged.) Workshops will be held from 10am-12pm on...

At the moment there are the following potters in our pottery to assist with the following projects at the following times. Those are not courses, just regular sessions for you to explore clay in the possibilities indicated below:Monday 7pm to 9pm      ...

John has doing pottery for a very long time: "I started pottery at school in 1966, got the “O” level then “A” level, I have never been very long away from the potters wheel since then. I enjoy teaching, I keep very little of what...

In June a few of our potters went to Prague to meet other potters and to discuss various aspects of their craft. Here are a couple of pictures:...

in the coming days we will introduce ourselves, our work and what we contribute to our pottery:Fiona Scanlan I first started making pots at adult education classes over twenty years ago. I immediately loved it. I was reminded of happy childhood hours of...

We had a meeting and discussed rules about children in the pottery. The result is this: All children under 16 are to be accompanied by a responsible adult.   If there are specific courses where children can be unaccompanied it will be announced in a course description. Unless...

we're on twitter :)@sundragonpotterhttps://twitter.com/sundragonpotter...

 delicacy is important    communication is important      perception is important (the cat is now called bunnie)   complexity is important    order is important. our glazesarea tidied up    rest is important  ...

The Sun Dragon Ceramics Studio is a place where everyone is welcome to learn and play with clay. We encourage community involvement in pottery, in a fun and safe environment. The studio is well equipped with six wheels, including one foot-driven, electric kilns, numerous moulds to suit...

We are on Facebook as well, now :) https://www.facebook.com/sundragonceramics/timeline...

 company    symbols    glazing before    glazing thereafter (stephen murfitt glaze mixed by becky)    the cat daisy is still with us  ...

since a couple of days there's a straycat in the old print works. it's a female, her tummyarea is white and she has a tabby/torti kind of dark back:and she has seen better days:she has no tail either:she is very friendly and we believe that...

we offer a short courseTuesday 31st March & Tuesday 7th 6pm - 8pm£10 per session or two for £18you can book it here...