Pottery Weekend: 2 Day Course


Duration: 6 + 6 Hours

Price: £175

Run by: Kirsty Kennedy
at Go Create

0208 1665134

21A
Lombard Road
London
Greater London
SW19 3TZ

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About the Course

If you’re expecting a scene from Ghost, then buy the DVD.

But If you’re looking for real wheel throwing pottery lessons, excellent tuition, small group sizes and personal support when needed then book a Go Create wheel weekend. This is a hands on the wheel practical and foot on the pedal weekend and with each student working at a wheel there’s plenty of practice time

Our Weekend Wheel throwing Workshop is more than just a great alliteration, it includes: practical demonstrations, inspiring talks, examples of contemporary ceramic practice and plenty of hands on practice under the watchful eye of an experienced potter.

It’s a 2 day course and suits absolute beginners or those wishing more wheel practice under the guidance of our brilliant potter, artists in their own right. Group sizes are small to ensure individual support and what’s more important, each student will work at their own wheel to maximize the understanding of the craft.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

Wedging and kneading
Centering
Wheel throwing
Lifting and trimming
Turning a plate
Handles right and wrong
We fire and glaze your best 5 pieces.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.



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Course Start Dates

Saturday 27th January 2018
Saturday 5th May 2018
Saturday 4th August 2018

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  • Accessible by public transport
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Teen friendly

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