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Heathcote Cultural Precinct

58/60 Duncraig Rd

Applecross, WA 6153

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Beginners Wheel Throwing

POTTERY WORKSHOP

Wheel Throwing for Beginners

This workshop is designed for beginners exploring wheel-thrown pottery for the first time and those with previous experience wishing to review basic skills.

Have you always wanted to try out the pottery wheel? This one-day workshop introduces you to the basic elements of throwing on the wheel. Develop various skills while exploring wheel throwing techniques, processes and materials. Learn in a friendly and supportive semi private studio, with a maximum of 5 participants. Our small group size ensures individual guidance.

The cost of the workshop includes instruction, clay, tools, glazing and firing. Morning tea is provided.

When: Choose from one of the following dates

Saturday 22 April 10am to 3pm SOLD OUT

Saturday 13 May 10am to 3pm

Saturday 27 May 10am to 3pm SOLD OUT

Saturday 10 June 10am to 3pm

Where: Heathcote Cultural Precinct, 58/60 Duncraig Rd, Applecross WA 6153

Cost: $115 for a one day, 5 hour workshop. All materials supplied

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Phone: 041 333 6595 Email: westsidestudio@iinet.net.au

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