About the course:This is a 12 weeks mixed ability pottery course for throwing, no previous experience of working with clay is required. You will be guided through clay preparation to throwing on pottery wheel, and to glazing your works. It will be taught in a relaxing environment in a small group of 8 and you will be guaranteed a wheel to use every class and no need to share. All tools and materials included. Fring charge at £6 per 1kg weight of clay.

Clover Studio
7½ Trouville Road 
Clapham South, London
(The studio is located between No. 7 and No. 8)
Time and Day:
Monday 12:30-3:00pm (Advance begginer to Intermedia level)
Monday 6:45-9:15pm (Mixed abilities, (Mixed abilities, begginers welcome)
Tuesday 6:45-9:15pm (Mixed abilities, begginers welcome)
Wednesday 6:45-9:15pm (Mixed abilities, begginers welcome)
Thursday 6:45-9:15pm (Mixed abilities, begginers welcome)
Friday 10am-12:30pm (Mixed abilities, begginers welcome)
Term dates :
Term 1&2: 16 September to 13 December 2019 (One week break 28 October to 3rd November)
Term 3&4: 13 January to 3 April 2020
Term 5&6: 20 April to 17 July 2020 (One week break 1 to 7 June. Except Monday and Friday's class which will break on the Bank holiday 8 and 25 May)
About the tutors:
a London base craft potter, a finalist of BBC reality talent show The Great Pottery Throwdown 2017. Her works are largely influenced by traditional Chinese and Japanese culture, inspired by the interaction of nature and human to promote flow of energy and harmony. (http://www.clover-lee.com)
 trained as a ceramicist at the Australian National University (Canberra School of Art). Since graduating in 2002 she has practiced, exhibited and taught ceramics in Australia, the USA and for the last five years, at the Glasgow Ceramics Studio in Scotland. 
 born in Kanagawa, Japan, graduated fromTama Art University in Tokyo which she majored in ceramics.. Akiko's making focuses on a concept called ‘Yaeh’ which means fang in Japanese. Using the mold of her teeth as a base as the sense of identity with the pondering question of “what do you want to leave in this world before you die?”, she hopes her art can continue to uncover new forms, evolve and spread the joy of different lived experiences. https://akikomatsuda.com
 born in a small town near Milan, graduated in chemistry and deeply passionate about various forms of craftmanship since childhood, ultimately choosing clay has his main medium. Embracing a very calm and thoughtful style of teaching derived from his Vietnamese and Japanese mentors, he uncovers both technical and philosophical aspects of this craft with his students.His work is heavily focused on the whole process and hands-on experience, shifting attention from the final product itself. Instagram: Davide Genovese PotteryAdditional information:Please wear comfortable clothing that you don't mind getting dirty!Please select "Standard Shipping" at check out to avoid paying for shipping.

12 Weeks Pottery Course

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