Clay Foundations Wheel Basics
Monday course overview with Georgie Bryant.
This course teaches all the basic clay techniques for wheelthrowing, trimming and glazing.
20 July 2020
Max 8 students
This Term Three class is held on Monday evenings from 6.00pm to 9.00pm for nine weeks. Starts Monday 20 July and finishes on Monday 14 September 2020.
For this course you will need:
Your toolkit, an apron, an old towel, a microfibre cloth or handtowel, a sponge and a notebook/art journal or your ideas. Clay and tools are available for purchase during class or at the shop.
Throughout the course Georgie will help you to explore:
Throwing and refining a range of different forms such as bowls, mugs, vases and plates. A variety of decorative and finishing techniques will also be explored. This course is designed for people who have some experience of wheel throwing (for example have completed our Introduction to Clay course).
About the teacher
Georgie has been teaching at Canberra Potters since 2014. She has a Masters of Teaching and a passion for sharing her skills and knowledge with others. Georgie enjoys teaching introductory classes, which she loves for the fun, discovery and enjoyment that comes with introducing students to working with clay. She teachers regular wheel throwing classes at Canberra Potters, where she works to develop her students technique and help them reach their goals.
In her own practice as Linburn Handmade, she combines beauty and function in her wheel thrown tableware. Linburn Handmade is used by numerous restaurants and cafes in Canberra and Sydney as well as by individuals for home use. Georgie is ever keen to experiment with new techniques and to keep learning!
Please read our HOW OUR BOOKING SYSTEM WORKS and Cancellation policy before booking this class.
Please watch our video on Being COVIDsafe at Canberra Potters before attending class.