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Pottery Courses

We run regular wheel throwing and hand building pottery courses at Pottery Gagliano. Throughout the year we will be offering our usual 9-week courses starting in January, April & September, as well as some shorter courses and workshops.

Once you have completed any of these courses, you will have learnt enough to attend our Open Studio to work independently to practise what you have learnt.

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Please click on the below links to book the course. If a course is fully booked, you can sign up to the waiting list for that course to be informed if there is a cancellation.

The booking for the upcoming courses will be live the 2nd November:

Mornings Course will go live at 10:30 AM

Afternoons Courses will go live at 2:30 PM

Evening courses will go live at 6:30 PM

General Pottery Course

Mixed level hand building & beginner wheel

Monday          14:30 – 16:45    9 wks - 10th Jan - Tutor: Sabine £250
Monday          18:30 – 20:45   9 wks - 10th Jan -  Tutor: Sabine £270
Wednesday   10:30 – 12:45    9 wks - 12th Jan  - Tutor: Sabine £250

Wheel Course Beginners

Wednesday   14:30 – 16:45   9 wks - 12th Jan - Tutor: Ami £250
Wednesday   18:30 – 20:45 -9 wks - 12th Jan - Tutor: Ami £270
Friday             10:30 – 12:45   9 wks - 14th Jan - Tutor: Ami £250

Wheel Course Intermediate to Advanced

Monday          10:30 – 12:45 - 9 wks - 10th Jan - Tutor: Roberto £260
Friday             18:30 - 20:45 - 9 wks - 14th Jan - Tutor: Roberto £280

Short Courses - Coming soon.

For more info about the courses, scroll down the page.

General Pottery Course – Hand Building & Wheel

You will learn various hand building techniques (coil, slab, and press mould) as well as having an introduction to throwing on the wheel. you will also learn you how to add handles and apply various techniques for decorating your work, and glazing.

This course is a great starter if you have never worked with clay before, and suitable for people who are familiar with working with clay but like a guided course.
Course overview – 4 weeks using hand building techniques and 3 weeks on the wheel with demonstrations, 2 weeks will focus on decorating and glazing.

Wheel Course – Beginners

Learn how to prepare and centre clay and make a cylinder, which is a great start for many clay creations. For those who have already attended one of these courses, we can show you how to make bowls and plates, as well as start to get you used to working with larger pieces of clay. We will also show you how to add handles and apply various techniques for decorating your work, and glazing.

This course is suitable for complete beginners, or people who have attended another beginner’s course and want to expand their wheel practice.
Course overview – 7 weeks of throwing and turning with demonstrations, 2 weeks focusing on decorating and glazing.

Wheel Course – Intermediate to Advanced

You will learn how to work with larger pieces of clay and make projects such as teapots and lidded pots, as well as building large pots using multiple thrown components. You will be challenged to stretch your creativity and refine your technique in a supportive and friendly environment by Roberto, Studio owner and ceramics Master.

This course is suitable for people who are seeking to improve their existing throwing skills and can already centre and open-up a ball of clay that is at least 1kg.

Course overview - 7 weeks of throwing, turning and joining with demonstrations as required, 2 weeks focusing on decorating and glazing.

Short Courses

We will run a number of shorter 3-4 week courses throughout the year. Most are suitable for beginners which is an excellent way to get a taster of working with clay without the commitment to a 9-week term. Some courses will have a theme or for people with experience looking to make something a little different.

 

A great, friendly place to learn a new skill and show a little (or a lot) of creativity

Matt

I feel lucky to have found a well equipped studio I can work in so close to where I live. Roberto is incredibly patient and helpful and provides a workspace for people of all ability levels. A lovely atmosphere.

Charlotte

Motivating, relaxed, helpful, a joyous place to learn a new skill.

Steve