The founding member of Sabali Pots Community Studio, Helen Baillie says "The pottery studio is a friendly space to be creative and share ideas. A community studio allows you to develop your pottery skills without committing to setting up a home studio and the open access is less restrictive than traditional classes. We offer classes too as we think everyone should try pottery at least once!
"We're really happy to be part of the Oxford Makespace team and a wider global make space collective who believe that, in an age of mass consumerism and digital technology, there's something really soul satisfying about making something unique by hand. Using the community studio helps us slow down, un-glue ourselves from our screens, and re-connect with our creativity and each other!
The studio has been set up as a small social enterprise business and the membership fees cover the equipment and running costs. We look forward to seeing you at the studio soon!"