This is a relaxed pottery sessions where you will gain practical skills and crash course introduction to pottery! This workshop is a perfect introduction to pottery and great for anyone wanting to try something new. Suitable for complete beginner, all levels are welcome. You do not have to be a potter to do pottery! No experience is necessary.
During the workshops you will be introduced to a variety of hand-building techniques - pinching, coiling, slabbing - and wheel throwing. You are welcome to play and experiment as much as you like , you will have 3 hours to indulge in some clay fun!
All material provided. If you wish to keep what you make there is an options to have them glazed and fired for £2 per pot.
Please ring the Slightly Curious bell once you arrive.
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Saturday 23 March at 11:00 to 14:00
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Did you know?
The word 'ceramics' is traced back to the Greek term keramos, meaning potter's clay or pottery. Keramos, in turn, is related to an older Sanskrit root meaning 'to burn'.
Find your way there
243 Ealing Road, Venice House, Wembley, UK
- The Slightly Curious Studio is a creative studio based in London and Hong Kong, co-founded by Sampada Gurung , Michelle Lo and Rosa Chan . Our studio based in North London , Alperton is run and managed by Sampada Gurung. Sampada is a multi disciplinary artist, specialising in illustration, ceramics and crafts . She has been teaching in various studios across uk for years and loves teaching and giving others a platform to encounter materials and learn skills to express their imagination and curiosity. Sampada host's weekly evening Life Drawing Drop in class and weekend pottery classes, open to all level and skills. The pottery workshops focuses on hand-building techniques - pinching, coiling, slabbing - and wheel throwing. All classes and workshops are designed to encourage confidence, inspire and take risks without criticism while being stretched in unexpected and challenging ways. The studio is located in Alperton, the London Borough of Culture (LBOC) 2020. The studio is easy to get to by train, bus and overlooks the beautiful view of the grand union canal.