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4 day Pottery Workshop

16 August @ 10:00 am - 19 August @ 5:00 pm

£450

Classes will be small groups of 4-6 students, suitable for all levels, from beginners to improvers. The emphasis of the class will be on using the potter’s wheel to make a variety of thrown porcelain vessels. Students will be guided through the basics of throwing and also turning (finishing) pots. Adam will demonstrate his various decoration techniques and students will be encouraged to be experimental in their approach. There will be flexibility in the teaching allowing students to request specific demonstrations or help with a particular technique.

Finished pieces will be glaze fired in the gas kiln and ready 3-4 weeks after the course for collection. Or shipping can be arranged.

Tea and coffee is provided.

Details

Start:
16 August @ 10:00 am
End:
19 August @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
£450
Event Category:
http://www.adamfrew.com/workshops/workshop-16th-19th-august

Venue

Adam Frew Studio
21 Cullycapple Park
Aghadowey, BT51 4AS United Kingdom
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