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Let's Have-A-Go on the Potter's Wheel
This meet up is now full. To be put on a waiting list should any places become available please message me: [masked] Held every Saturday afternoon this short class gives you a taste of throwing on the potter’s wheel. Suitable for those who are not sure about signing-up for a course or those that just want to try it, the class starts at the centred point and finishes with you choosing a glaze which is applied to your pot after it has been fired. Cost: £40 inclusive of all materials and firing of one pot. Additional firings charged at £5 per pot. PAYMENT: Please note that payment is through Eventbrite and is subject to their fees. Please click below to book. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/have-a-go-beginners-throwing-pottery-wheel-class-saturday-18th-aug-1-230pm-tickets-47587911725 Date: 18th August[masked]pm PREGNANCY: Please note that this course is not suitable for pregnant women as there are health implications. REFUNDS: *Please note that if you cancel 10 full working days in advance then you will get a full refund. If you cancel between 10-7 full working days in advance then you will only get a 50% refund if someone else can be found to replace you. Cancelations may be subject to an admin fee of £15.

ClayKilnCraft

20 Church Road, Crystal Palace,SE19 2ET · London

£40.00
Respond by: 8/17/2018

What we're about

Looking for a new hobby and to unleash your creative side? Then pottery is your answer. This wonderful craft is the antidote to the stresses of modern life. My name is Aliya and I run a studio in Crystal Palace London where I do weekly classes in both handbuilding and throwing on the potter's wheel. I have a first class honours degree in Ceramics from Camberwell College of Art. I have now been teaching for several years in and around South London. These classes help you get started by learning the various techniques whether it is throwing on the wheel or taking things a bit slower with coiling, building with slabs, making pinch pots, relief work on tiles or learning slip and glazing techniques. I practice continuous learning in a fun but relaxed environment surrounded by some lovely people. If you are a beginner you will need to do the beginners course before continuing with the regular classes. The classes are every Saturday and Wednesday evening so there's something to suit everyone. All skill levels are welcome. Beginners Pottery: Throwing on the potter's wheel £40 per person (2 hour class)inclusive of all materials plus a £3 per pot firing fee (most people make 1-2). Regulars/experienced can book the wheels for £15 per hour to continue their learning (clay is purchased separately). Beginners Pottery: Handbuilding 5 week course £140 (inclusive of all materials and firings, can be spread over 8 weeks) Regulars/experienced: 2.5 hours £30 inclusive of all materials and firings. Let's fill this city with potters!

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