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WORKSHOPS

Learn how to throw on the potter's wheel

One Day Beginners Throwing Course


The day will cover the following elements:

-Clay preparation

-Centring the clay

-Throwing cylinders with the aim of producing forms of even thickness.

-Developing basic forms

-Wiring pots off the wheel


There is a maximum of four spaces available on the course so tuition is truly focused.  If you book for one person, you have the option to bring a friend with you to observe.


Refreshments will be provided but you will need to bring a packed lunch.


All our courses are covid safe. We have hand sanitisers and all potter's wheels are distanced by two metres. Face visors are also available to wear.

10am - 4pm - £175 per person

COURSE TUTOR

The courses are run by trained potter and teacher Mathew Dimbleby at his ceramics studio.


Mathew has worked in ceramics and the arts for over 30 years. This has included manufacturing, teaching, Education Management and lecturing.


Mathew holds a degree in Design and Ceramics and a PGCE teaching qualification.

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PAST STUDENT SUCCESSES

Everyone will create at least five thrown items. These will be dried, twice fired and clear glazed before they are ready for collection or can be sent too you for an extra charge to cover the P&P.

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FEEDBACK

My Mom and I had the most wonderful day at Matt's class. We'd never thrown clay before, but thanks to Matt's expertise, we'd thrown our first bowl within half an hour, and came away with five pieces (3 bowls, 2 jugs) each!

From Mat & Rachel's warm hospitality, to Mat's patient tutorage and the mesmerizing experience of working on the wheel, the whole day was faultless. I'd highly recommend this class to anyone who wants to scratch a creative itch, try a new skill, or just wants to have fun doing something a bit different!

Claire

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