Pottery

Potter’s Wheel ~ Ceramic College

What: Learn how to throw on the potter’s wheel / create two items.

An educational pottery course for home-schooled children aged 7+yrs: create 2 items on the potter’s wheel. An opportunity for home educated children to learn new skills, terminology and techniques, and experience the joy of creating in clay alongside experienced tutors.

Programme Overview:
Week 1 🔸 Throw on the wheel
Week 2 🔸 Throw on the wheel
Week 3 🔸 Trim 2 pieces, attach handles, feet
Week 4 🔸 Glaze

When: Wednesday mornings, 10:30am – midday
Term 3 dates – July 22nd, August 5th and 19th, and September 2nd (4 sessions)

Where: Ceramic College, 159 Bayswater Avenue, Bayswater, North Shore

Cost: $120.00pp standard rate (non-members) and adults
$115.00pp rate for HASCA member child (2020 membership)

Registration: Please click on orange button below for class information & the term registration form, thank you.

About the Tutors:
Ceramic College is run by Teresa Watson and her daughters Latasha Wildman and Leisbeth Watson. Teresa is an award-winning ceramic artist who has been teaching ceramics in the community for over 20 years. Her vision is to share the passion and love of clay with like-minded people‚ and to inspire students in clay making through the classes that are held there.

About the Venue:
Ceramic College is an educational facility and pottery studio, and is the only facility on the North Shore that is set up purely for ceramics. It is housed in the former beautiful Saint Michael’s Anglican church‚ still with its original furniture and church bell.

Programme Coordinator:
Miriam Koit is coordinating this programme and is happy to answer any questions you may have. Please contact her through registration (there is a comments and enquiries area for further questions), or you are very welcome to email hasca.nz@gmail.com. Thank you.


HASCA is very happy to recommend, promote, and support this programme. Coordinator, Miriam is a homeschooling parent and HASCA committee member who has worked with Ceramic College previously and is very pleased with the excellent teaching they offer. Please support this programme through your participation! Thank you.

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