6 Week Thursday Evening Pottery and Wheelwork for Beginners and Improvers with Kate Wade - September 2024 - Sundragon Pottery
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6 Week Thursday Evening Pottery and Wheelwork for Beginners and Improvers with Kate Wade – September 2024

£180.00

With demand at a peak for pottery courses, we are delighted that Kate Wade is teaching on a Wednesday evenings at Sundragon Community Pottery!

Maybe you’ve always wanted to have a go on the potter’s wheel, but have not yet had the chance to?

Or, perhaps you just want to sharpen your skills?

Then this is the pottery class for you.

This Thursday Evening class offers you the opportunity to come along to our beautiful brand new Classroom in  Moseley School of Art

Kate will teach you all about clay preparation, and share some handbuilding techniques with you.  You will learn how to use the potter’s wheel, and methods for decoration and glazing.

This six week course starts on  Thursday 12th September 2024, and will take place every Thursday Evening from 7.00pm – 9.30pm, on the following dates

  • 12th September
  • 19th September
  • 26th September
  • 3rd October
  • 10th October
  • 17th October

Available

Start: 12/09/2024 at 7:00 pm Finish: 17/10/2024 at 9:30 pm
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If you are brand new to clay, or just want to develop your skills, then you are welcome in this class.

You will be supported in your learning, throughout.

You will cover various surface decoration techniques, including using using coloured slips and glazes.

During this course, students will also learn “good studio practice”.

Pottery is a messy business.  Please bring a clean wipeable apron, and a small hand towel, with you to each session.

Also, please trim your nails, as long nails can really inhibit your learning with clay.

The last 20 minutes of each session are dedicated to cleaning up.

Please check your junk and spam folders, for the confirmation email, after booking this course.

 

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