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Japanese Pottery with Akiko

This 12 weeks course focus on wheel throwing and decoration technique inspired by Japanese ceramic, delivered by Akiko, a ceramist based in London and Tokyo
South Wimbeldon
In-person
£460 pp
Beginner
What happens in this class?

This 12 weeks mixed ability course will take you through the basics of the pottery throwing and decorating inspired by Japanese pottery. No previous experience of working with clay is required!

Please note: there will be no class on 28 October

You will be guided through clay preparation, from throwing on the pottery wheel, to refining and glazing your works. Beginners will learn clay preparation, throwing and trimming. For experienced learners, we can tailor the workshop to focus on any techniques or shapes you would like to improve on.

It will be taught in a relaxing environment in a small…

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Things to remember

Please bring any inspirational items, such as sketchbooks, examples of works you really like, or your own works. As well as this, comfortable clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty, and your own apron if you have one. If you have long hair please tie them back.

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Age Requirement

18

Flexible cancellation policy

Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.

Your Teacher

About the Studio: Formally a large teaching studio, Clover Studio has down sized and relocated to Wimbledon Art Studios' from June 2020 due to the impact of Covid-19. It is now a petite making studio among other talented artists and makers within the community. The studio is equipped with two wheels, a kiln and plenty of materials for ceramic making.

About Clover:  Started as an evening class hobby potter in 2010 and now proud owner of Clover studio in London, she is a finalist of The Great Pottery Throwdown 2017. Her works are largely influenced by traditional Chinese and…

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