This course will consist of 4 weeks of expert tuition in wheel work. You’ll learn how to centre and trim clay with decorate your pots with coloured slips. Ongoing students will be guided toward refining their throwing techniques.
NB: Please bring your own tool kit or purchase from our studio from $20 per set. No shared tools supplied due to Covid 19 compliance rules.
Meet our new Tutor : Sammantha Cree
Sammantha Cree is a Sydney based ceramic artist working out of her private studio as well as the Hornsby Tafe ceramics facility, her studio is based in Camperdown within Flow Studios. Flow is an artist run gallery, exhibition and performance space that houses over 20 artists studios for artists of varying practices, Cree is one of the founding members of Flow Studios, for more information see here – https://flowstudios.com.au/about
Please read the Terms and Conditions of Enrolment prior to booking. Places fill fast so please book ASAP.
Thursday Morning Introduction to Wheel Throwing Class Term 2 2021
Date June 3 to 24 (4 weeks)
Time 10am to 1 pm
Tutor Samantha Cree
Fee $200 (includes firings and materials)
Beginners to ongoing students welcome.
3 in stock
Terms & Conditions
Confirmation of Booking
Once your booking is confirmed, details about our studio and what to bring to class will be sent closer to class commencement date.
Cancellation/ Refund Policy / Missed classes
2 weeks notification prior to commencement of class is required if cancelling your enrolment. A $20 cancellation fee applies
As there is a large waiting list for classes, no refunds or make up classes are available once class commences for missed classes, for change of mind, or failure to attend. In dire personal circumstances a partial refund may be considered. Conditions apply. Students must contact Director immediately to be considered.
If you have received a Gift Voucher you still need to book into the program via the online Booking Form. Instead of payment details simply place Gift Voucher number in Notes section of Form. Vouchers can be purchased via email. Gift Vouchers are valid for 24 months from date of purchase.
Class sizes are limited to 10 to 12 persons per class and fill very fast. If classes are full, this will be advised on the online booking Form. Sometime places open, due to cancellation so please complete the waiting list details form. If a place opens when term has commenced you will be advised and pay the full rate or a pro rata rate (if you miss a class) for the remainder of Term.
The Wait list is compiled in order of date and time of your booking. Also by filling in your name, we can better plan for classes next term.
Additional Needs and Physical ability
PCAI is an accessible venue for most although there is one step to the bathroom to navigate. A wheelchair accessible bathroom is available nearby.
Using the pottery wheel can be physically challenging for some with the following conditions: arthritis in or injury to hands; neck or back pain, reduced strength or limited motion in upper arms and shoulders; later trimester of pregnancy; Hip or Foot injury.
There are ways to modify the wheel throwing experience but please consider your physical capacity prior to enrolling in a wheel throwing class. We provide many options hand building with clay, as an alternative to the pottery wheel experience. Please feel free to contact us to discuss any addition needs further, so we may be of assistance.
Your materials fee covers a bag of clay, coloured slips and glazes per student.
Additional materials such as underglaze and tissue transfers can be purchased from the studio and are not included in materials fee.
For home studio use Clay can be purchased from the studio at discounted prices however orders need to be placed in advance.
PCAI kilns are always full, due to large student numbers. Occasionally we can fire some extra pieces, however a cost for bisque and glaze firings for work made outside of class time is necessary. Pieces can only be fired when kiln space is available as priority is given to PCAI enrolled student work. There are kiln firing services available at Blackwattle ceramics.
If an excess of materials is used during class, students may be asked to refine their work and select only the best for firing or to pay an additional fee for kiln space and materials used.