During this 2 hour workshop session you will be introduced to throwing on the potters wheel , you will also have the option to explore various hand building techniques such as coiling, pinching and slab building.
Whether you are on the start of your journey or returning after a long break this session will give you the skills needed to prepare you for one of our workshop sessions, which will then improve your studio knowledge and skills.
Fees: there is a charge of £15 to have 1 - 3 pieces glazed and fired .
Suitable for all levels.
No need to worry clay can be washed out of your clothes, but for your own peace of mind wear something which you don't mind getting messy in.
Aprons will also be provided.
Ronaldo Wiltshire is a London based ceramic artist and Lecturer at Morley North Kensington College formerly (Kensington & Chelsea College .
He is born to two Barbadian potters and specialises in created functional and decorative ceramic art, often finished in his own developed glaze formulas.
He was a contestant on channel 4's 2020 Great Pottery Throw down and loves throwing on the potter's wheel as well as using hand-building techniques to create sculptural pieces.
'Working with clay is not my job, it's how I express my inner thoughts and deep feelings I use the studio as therapy and…