Inspire your passion and fuel your creativity

Icon

Gift Voucher Courses

Icon

Online Courses

Icon

In-Person Courses

All Craft Courses

Wheel Throwing Classes

£10.00

Beginners initially learn to throw small cylinders well. Eventually
turning them into mugs and jugs with handles. They move on to making bowls,
plates and lidded containers.

£10.00 Location : East Sussex

Beginners initially learn to throw small cylinders well. Eventually turning them into mugs and jugs with handles. They move on to making bowls, plates and lidded containers.

Share with friends
Course Details :-
  • In-Person Course
  • per hour

Beginners initially learn to throw small cylinders well. Eventually turning them into mugs and jugs with handles. They move on to making bowls, plates and lidded containers.

​Intermediate have the opportunity to improve and develop a personal style. Projects could include: Teapot making, Making in sections Sculpting or altering thrown forms All students learn to wedge the clay plus decorate and glaze their work.

The price does not include firing costs.

All finished artwork will be charged at 60p per 100g.

What's included in the price

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Wheel Throwing Classes”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Vendor Information

  • In-Person Course

    Hand Building Classes

    You well be introduced to the basic hand building techniques
    pinching, coiling, slab building, and making with press moulds, exploring form and surface decoration. Students will also lean to glaze their work.

    £360.00
    Rated 0 out of 5

    Location : East Sussex

    You well be introduced to the basic hand building techniques pinching, coiling, slab building, ...

  • In-Person Course

    Full Time, 3 Month, Residential, Ceramic Development Course

    Aimed at aspiring potters wanting to discover their identity as ceramists, their distinct style and preferred materials.

    £3,900.00
    Rated 0 out of 5

    Location : East Sussex

    Aimed at aspiring potters wanting to discover their identity as ceramists, their distinct style ...

Scroll to Top