Wheel Throwing Fundamentals Course with Sammantha Cree - Holiday Workshop

Wheel Throwing Fundamentals Course with Sammantha Cree - Holiday Workshop
$151.5 Limited GST free
Wheel Throwing Fundamentals Course with Sammantha Cree - Holiday Workshop

<p>This day-long course, suitable for beginner and intermediate students, is designed for people wanting a deep dive into the fundamentals of wheel throwing.</p>

<p>We will cover all the basics of

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$151.5 Limited GST free
Wheel Throwing Fundamentals Course with Sammantha Cree - Holiday Workshop

<p>This day-long course, suitable for beginner and intermediate students, is designed for people wanting a deep dive into the fundamentals of wheel throwing.</p>

<p>We will cover all the basics of

...

If there isn't a class to suit you, please the waiting list.

This day-long course, suitable for beginner and intermediate students, is designed for people wanting a deep dive into the fundamentals of wheel throwing.

We will cover all the basics of wheel throwing - wedging, centring, lifting and shaping - as well as the use of the necessary tools involved. Different throwing techniques will be discussed and demonstrated, and some of the many possibilities of the potter's wheel will be explored - with a special emphasis on functional ware.

Please note: As this class focuses on technique - students will not be firing works from the workshop.

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Tutor Sammantha Cree is a Sydney-based ceramicist. She obtained her Diploma in Ceramics from the Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE and has been working with clay since 2016. 

Cree makes unique wheel-formed functional ceramic pieces intended to become a part of your daily rituals. These pieces are part of an ongoing investigation into our routines and the ways art can interrupt our habits and remind us to be present. Alongside this she produces small collections of design-inspired pieces that make space for her to explore her own experience through clay. These are intended to contribute beauty and originality to our lives and to serve as a reminder to cultivate creativity and space for our passions.

Cree is interested in continuing her journey in ceramics by sharing her knowledge and working within ceramic studios to embrace all aspects of the medium.

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