2 hour class
In this class you will be taught by Candy in her pottery studio.
You will first be shown a demo of some hand building techniques and then throwing on the potters wheel.
One person will be guided through making their own pot on the wheel, whilst the other enjoys some hand building, with help at every step to ensure you get a finished product at the end. You will take turns at the different pottery making techniques.
Your finished items will be fired and glazed be Candy, ready for collection at a later date.
This class is an introduction to throwing and hand building where you will learn the basics, so perfect for those who have never tried pottery before and want to get a feel for it.
This class is 2 hours long and a great gift or experience with a friend/partner/relative!
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About your host, Candy Ward Ceramics
Candy’s pottery classes are taught within the eclectic Nightingales Emporium, located a convenient 15 minute walk from High Barnet tube station. Situated in old Victorian baths, the building is a beautiful space to work within.
After finishing her degree in Ceramic Design at Central Saint Martins, Candy was keen to pass on her learnt skills to others. Around teaching, Candy also makes her own work which is focused on the female form and explores representing this in the medium of clay.
Candy has worked with a wide range of students from young children, people with learning disabilities, mature students and people living with dementia. Candy’s teaching style is tailored to the individuals needs, in a relaxed and friendly environment.
With both group sessions and one to one sessions available, you are sure to find a class to suit you.
Please wear clothing and shoes you don’t mind getting a bit dirty (clay will come out in the wash). Be aware that you will be asked to take all bracelets, watches and rings off before the start of the lesson. The pottery studio is up a (sturdy) wooden ladder so, regrettably, we cannot accommodate for those who are unable to walk up stairs. However, group workshops are accessible so please see those listings if interested. Parking on the high street is charged Mon-Sat. Nearest tube station is High Barnet and bus is 326.
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.