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CLASSES +

6 WEEK
2 HOUR CLASSES (Same day/time each week unless otherwise noted)

LOCATION: 114 Mulcahy Rd, Pakenham 3810

You will really get your hands dirty with this class and learn the basics of
pottery, from wedging clay to wheel throwing, hand building and glazing.
This course is suited to the complete beginner with the aim to achieve the
confidence to continue onto an advanced class or to continue on your
pottery journey at home. You will have time to develop you own skills with
well-informed experienced teachers ready to help. Gain ideas, friendships
and knowledge through group learning.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL +

Max 8 People Per Class72 hours notice required for changes/cancellations

Suitable for ages 16 years and over


PLEASE NOTE: ALL CLAY, FIRING COSTS, TOOLS & MATERIALS
ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE. BISQUE FIRING AND DRYING OF POTS TAKES APPROXIMATELY 3 WEEKS. 

WHERE: 114 Mulcahy Road, Pakenham VIC 3810 Ph 035941 3302

Students should bring:
- Notebook and pen
- Towel
- Non Slip Shoes
- Drink Bottle (optional)
** Short fingernails recommended


Stay for a meal/drink afterwards at Nancy Eatery https://bit.ly/2NtTm7R
View their menu at www.nancyeatery.com.au

 

Just a little note:

Here at RGP workshop we try our best to look after your pottery creations. We will treat them with the utmost care. However, accidents and breakages can happen along the way. Unfortunately, this is the nature of pottery. In addition to handling, other factory may cause damage. For example, cracks can occur due to thin or overworked clay, or breakages due to very thick clay. We will try our best to make sure your piece does survive its journey, however please note that there are risks involved. 


OHS: +

- Wear close toed & non slip shoes for each class

- Keep long hair tied back when using pottery equipment

- Do not enter factory without teacher supervision

- Any spills or clay on the floor must be attended to

- Do not touch the work of others, as these are fragile pieces

- We advise that jewellery be kept to a minimum or removed for safety and ease

- Short fingernails are recommended for hand-building and wheel throwing

- Loose fitting clothing is not recommended for wheel throwing classes

    6 Week Pottery Workshop

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    CLASSES +

    6 WEEK
    2 HOUR CLASSES (Same day/time each week unless otherwise noted)

    LOCATION: 114 Mulcahy Rd, Pakenham 3810

    You will really get your hands dirty with this class and learn the basics of
    pottery, from wedging clay to wheel throwing, hand building and glazing.
    This course is suited to the complete beginner with the aim to achieve the
    confidence to continue onto an advanced class or to continue on your
    pottery journey at home. You will have time to develop you own skills with
    well-informed experienced teachers ready to help. Gain ideas, friendships
    and knowledge through group learning.

    BOOKING ESSENTIAL +

    Max 8 People Per Class72 hours notice required for changes/cancellations

    Suitable for ages 16 years and over


    PLEASE NOTE: ALL CLAY, FIRING COSTS, TOOLS & MATERIALS
    ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE. BISQUE FIRING AND DRYING OF POTS TAKES APPROXIMATELY 3 WEEKS. 

    WHERE: 114 Mulcahy Road, Pakenham VIC 3810 Ph 035941 3302

    Students should bring:
    - Notebook and pen
    - Towel
    - Non Slip Shoes
    - Drink Bottle (optional)
    ** Short fingernails recommended


    Stay for a meal/drink afterwards at Nancy Eatery https://bit.ly/2NtTm7R
    View their menu at www.nancyeatery.com.au

     

    Just a little note:

    Here at RGP workshop we try our best to look after your pottery creations. We will treat them with the utmost care. However, accidents and breakages can happen along the way. Unfortunately, this is the nature of pottery. In addition to handling, other factory may cause damage. For example, cracks can occur due to thin or overworked clay, or breakages due to very thick clay. We will try our best to make sure your piece does survive its journey, however please note that there are risks involved. 


    OHS: +

    - Wear close toed & non slip shoes for each class

    - Keep long hair tied back when using pottery equipment

    - Do not enter factory without teacher supervision

    - Any spills or clay on the floor must be attended to

    - Do not touch the work of others, as these are fragile pieces

    - We advise that jewellery be kept to a minimum or removed for safety and ease

    - Short fingernails are recommended for hand-building and wheel throwing

    - Loose fitting clothing is not recommended for wheel throwing classes

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