Whether you are a first-timer, or you already have experience, we have a class to get those Dirty Hands creating.
Pottery Hand Building
Join a relaxed hand-building class where you can create various pieces be it, a mug, bowl, vase or platter. BYO drink and a friend as we take you through the basics of hand building where you’re sure to be amazed at your creations by the end of class!
Casual Guided Class (BYO drink) – Experience required
WHEEL POTTERY & SIP NIGHT –
Spend some time around the wheel with clay covered hands, a drink and a friendly environment of like minded makers. This extension class is perfect for those who want to continue to build their skills or learn a new technique after completing our 4-Week Course or have experience on the wheel already.
With our studio based in the heart of Burleigh, this class is the perfect starter for an exceptional night. Bring a date or a friend to this wheel-throwing class and let our teacher guide you through creating a few treasured pieces on the pottery wheel.
Designed for beginners, we invite you to come learn the basics of wheel throwing in an intimate and relaxed environment. You will come away with a collection of 4-6 pieces that you can treasure at home or perhaps gift a loved one. This course runs over a 4-week period with 2.5hrs classes each week.
In this 4 Week Course you will create the dinner set of your dreams whilst learning different hand building techniques.
There is nothing more satisfying than eating & drinking from pieces you’ve made!
You will hand build 8 tableware pieces of your choice (bowls, plates, mugs/cups) in whatever combination suits your needs. This course is specifically designed to enrich your daily life, routines and rituals.
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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land and the local Yugambeh People who first inhabited the region now known as Burleigh Heads. A volcanic headland located on the edge of The Pacific, “Dreaming Mountain”, as named by the Yugambeh, is deeply connected to culture and country with many ancient sites and sacred spaces still visible today. We pay our respect to elders past and present and the cultural and artistic contribution they’ve made to the land we all share.