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Tuesday afternoon class

Course overview with Tony Steel

In a term, students will explore a range of handbuilding and wheelthrown projects as well as glaze and fire their work.


4 February


Students age 5+




Workshop 2


Max 12 students



Tony Steel


Dates and duration: Term 1

9 weeks from Saturday 8 February to Saturday 11 April 2020.
Our term classes run for one and a half hours.

The Class includes

All clay and firing.

What you will learn

In a term, students will explore a range of handbuilding and wheelthrown projects. They will learn to refine their work, make a range of different sculptural and functional items and be supported to develop their own ideas.
Parents are welcome to enrol as students, but parents attending as observers in the classroom will be at the discretion of Canberra Potters and is subject to the provision of a current Working with Vulnerable People card.

About the teacher

Tony graduated from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Arts (Sculpture), Canberra School of Arts in 1995. Since that time Tony has had numerous exhibitions and commissions many in the realm of public and community art. His involvement with the Canberra Potters dates back to 2014 when he taught a special needs group of students from Belconnen Community Services. During these classes he championed the positive effect working with clay can have on those with disabilities. Tony has since been regularly engaged to teach during our popular school holiday program.
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