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SOLD OUT 6 week Tues eves: 23 May 6pm

Learn how to use a pottery wheel

  • Ended
  • 180 British pounds
  • Station Road Didcot

Service Description

This class meets every Tuesdayy evening for five weeks, breaks for one week and then returns for a final week of glazing and decorating. On the course you’ll learn how to use a pottery wheel. All tools, materials and equipment are supplied. Everyone has their own wheel and with just fiver people per class there is plenty attention from the teacher who is a professional potter. You'll learn throwing and turning. Each class ends with a review where you and the teacher will critique your pots and designate the worst ones to the tin re-cycling bucket as demonstrated by Keith on The Great Pottery Throwdown! Unlike the Throwdown this is a non-competitive class with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. At the end of the fifth week we will break for a week to allow your 3 final pieces to thoroughly dry before we fire them in time for your final glazing and decorating class. Fired pots never biodegrade, so we only fire the very best work each student produces and we limit this to three pieces. Pots require two firings each, so this also helps us manage kiln firing costs. The course is for beginners or improvers aged 16 years or older and the last fifteen minutes of each class will be spent clearing up. Please note if you miss a class, we do not offer refunds or replacement classes as the teacher is being booked specifically for these times. Any unclaimed work left for over four weeks after the course has ended will be given to charity. Course starts Tuesday 23rd May 2023 6-8 pm. No class Tuesday 27th June Last class 4th July 6-8 pm £180 per course. Please bring an apron - it can be messy! Entrance via red Makespace door on Lydalls Road, look out for the Makespace signs.

Cancelation Policy

Cancellations must be made within 24 hours of bookings for a full refund. Cancellations made 24 hours after booking are non-refundable.

Contact Details

  • Royal Scot House, Station Road, Didcot, UK

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