2 hour workshop
Pottery wheel taster - learn to throw like a pro from expert tutors, relaxing atmosphere with in the old custard cream factory hidden away from the crazy world.
Learn how to throw on the pottery wheel. Get creative and relax and find your inner peace through the art of throwing on the wheel. Skills to be learn on the day will include hand building using coils and slabs then the pottery wheel throwing .
Our tutors will go over the basic steps to help you transform a piece of clay into a piece of art with the 2 hours class. Your work will be Biscuit fired then glazed. two weeks after the class, you will be able to collect your pieces.
There is a material fee of £3 per piece, so please remember to bring cash on the day.
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We ensure quality. If your class doesn't reach your expectations, we'll give your money back.
This is a Flexitime class, which means the teacher can run this class around your schedule.
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About your host, Cernamic
Nam Tran is an award-winning practitioner who gives lectures and demos at universities and exhibits internationally. A ceramic lecturer and head of the departments in design and multi media with Kensington and Chelsea college. Nam specialising in wheel thrown raku, bringing years of experience and craftsmanship to every object made. Tran's work focused primarily on exploring the physical properties of clay and material experimentation is a strong characteristics of his work. He has been developing making enclosed forms that are much stronger than open forms and therefore resonates well with the alternative firing technique he uses. His work is dominated by thrown pieces that subtly echo the urban roots and conceptual design. Nam Tran first made pots as a teenager on a wheel in his own bedroom and remembers being captivated by the experience. With his unique alternatives methods and approach to ceramics Nam Tran identifies rules and manipulates and bends them.
Comfortable shoes and clothing, short finger nails, Material provided.
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.