Adults

Adults

Workshops for adults

Creative programs include short workshops and longer classes that run over several weeks.

Classes are delivered by specialist tutors and professional artists.

Before you reserve a place, read our booking information.

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    Drawing slows you down. When you draw, you’re taking the time to observe something truly and reproduce it. In the quiet space of drawing, you become very aware of form, proportion, tone and color. You come to understand light and shadow and how they reveal and define form.

    Take a line for a walk in this course and explore all elements of the art of drawing. Learn the fundamentals of contour and structural drawing, record tone and texture, develop a range of mark making techniques and discover experimental drawing.

    Throughout this 6-week course, our tutor will teach you how to develop your understanding of line, shape, and form and show you how to use a range of materials and techniques from pencils through to ink and wash. Whether creating simple line drawings or meticulously detailed renderings, you’ll build your own observational and analytical skills and the confidence to tackle bigger drawing projects.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students
    Level: designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: yourself – all materials provided

    We use non-toxic materials and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    6 week course runs weekly until Tuesday 12 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full price: $247.5 Concession: $192
    Address: Harry Burland Activity Centre, 132-134 Shepherd Street, Darlington
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    View the world through the eyes of an artist and learn a whole new way of looking.

    Throughout this 8-week course, our experienced tutor will teach you how to see the world in a new light through drawing and painting still life compositions.

    Gain an understanding of colour theory, composition and how to use a range of materials including pencil, ink, charcoal, varnishes and acrylic paint on both paper and canvas.
    Each week you’ll learn a new technique based on the principles of form, tone, composition and colour. You’ll discover the work of local and international artists and gain an understanding of how their work addresses the techniques you’re learning.

    At the end of the course, you’ll feel comfortable to begin your own self-directed practice, and you’ll have a new appreciation of visual and technical processes through which art is created.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students
    Level: designed for beginner level students.
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided).
    Bring: yourself – all materials provided

    We use non-toxic paints and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    8 week course runs weekly until Thursday 28 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330 Concession: $256
    Address: Harry Burland Activity Centre, 132-134 Shepherd Street, Darlington
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    This fun course for beginners explores watercolour painting with pen, ink, pencil and pastels to create non-traditional compositions.

    Under the guidance of our experience tutor, you’ll be introduced to the concept of colour theory and learn about the work of a wide variety of artists to help broaden your knowledge.

    You’ll get hands on with watercolour painting techniques from transparent and opaque washes to layering and staccato dry brushing. Also explore the fundamental image making concepts of line, measurement, perspective and composition and get an introduction to the importance of tonal value (shadow and light) to create the illusion of three dimensional form.

    This is a great 6-week course for beginners looking to explore the world of traditional and contemporary watercolour techniques.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students
    Level: designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: yourself – all materials provided

    We use non-toxic paints and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    6 week course runs weekly until Saturday 16 June
    Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm
    Price: Full price: $247.50 Concession price: $192.00
    Address: Harry Burland Activity Centre, 132-134 Shepherd Street, Darlington
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    Join talented artist Becky Gibson for a 1-day landscape painting workshop.

    Becky, a Brett Whitley Travelling Scholarship winner, will introduce you to various painting and drawing methods responding to urban landscape environments. Using your own landscape photos, You’ll make initial quick studies using pencil, charcoal, pastels and water colours. Then you’ll use your sketches to compose a landscape painting.

    Over the day, you’ll get a hands-on introduction to composition, perspective, colour mixing and how to prepare grounds, the background colour of your canvas. You’ll also learn about acrylic paints and brushes.

    The workshop is a fantastic opportunity for beginners to more advanced artists to gain insight into the working methods of a practicing, award winning local artist.

    About Becky
    Becky Gibson completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the National Art School in Sydney. She has multiple prizes including the Mosman Art Prize and was awarded the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship, which allowed her to travel and study overseas. Her work has been exhibited at the Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery and Arts Centre and the Adelaide Perry Art Gallery where she was also Artist-in-Residence. Becky paints a broad spectrum of subject matter but is mainly drawn to the Australian landscape. Her work contemplates the Australian landscape in all its guises, with particular interest in the ever-changing nature of inner city Sydney compared with the decay and inertness found outside the city limits.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students
    Level: designed for beginner – advanced level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: yourself and a selection of urban landscape photos (at least 3) to choose from to paint. All other materials provided.

    We use non-toxic paints and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    Time: 10.00am – 3.30pm
    Price: Full price: $125 Concession: $105
    Address: Harry Burland Activity Centre, 132-134 Shepherd Street, Darlington
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    Get hands on to make a series of stackable sterling silver rings, in this 8-week introductory jewellery course for beginners.

    With our experienced tutor, you’ll learn foundational jewellery techniques including stamping, texturing, patination and soldering to create your rings, as well as how to size a ring. You’ll also get experience using a jewellers torch to silver solder and prepare metal for forming and surface experimentation.

    By the end of the course, you’ll have a number of finished rings ready to wear home.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 8 students
    Level: designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: yourself – all materials provided

    We use non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    8 week course runs weekly until Friday 29 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330.00 Concession: $256.00
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Learn how to make your own married metal jewellery using inlay techniques in this 6-week introductory course.

    Under the guidance of our experienced tutor, explore the different properties and capabilities of metals including silver, nickel silver, brass and copper. Then get hands on to learn basic metal jewellery making techniques including; cutting, filing, texturing, roller-printing, stamping, hammering and polishing.

    By the end of the course you will have created 2 small jewellery pieces like earrings, pendants, bangles or rings to take home.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 8 students
    Level: designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing(aprons provided) and enclosed shoes
    Bring: yourself; all materials provided

    6 week course runs weekly until Saturday 16 June
    Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm
    Price: Full price: $247.50 Concession: $192.00
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Join celebrated object artist Rosie Deacon for a 1-day weekend jewellery making workshop. Rosie’s contemporary, bold and colourful works use a diverse assortment of natural and manufactured materials, combining kitsch, craft and folk-art practices.

    In this fun workshop, you’ll get to explore mixed media contemporary jewellery techniques using Rosie’s signature materials including acrylic paint, applique, fimo, beading and iconic Australiana souvenirs.

    Over the day you’ll create 2 or 3 small pieces of jewellery like earrings and necklaces to take or wear home.

    About Rosie
    Rosie Deacon is a Sydney-based artist working in sculpture and installation. She engages with the spectacle of obsession and realms of the absurd. Rosie graduated from UNSW COFA with first class honours and was the recipient the Gallery Barry Keldoulis Grant for Emerging Artists and the Dinosaur Designs Prize. She has held solo exhibitions at The Egg & Dart, Firstdraft, Gaffa Gallery and 107 Projects in Redfern and been included in group shows across Sydney, Newcastle, Townsville and Sheffield in the United Kingdom. Rosie was selected for the inaugural Runway Annual Artist Commission and guest artist for Studio A’s project for Underbelly Arts Festival in 2015. She exhibited at the abandoned theme park ‘Adventureland’ for Campbelltown Arts Centre’s Winter Wonderland, and was included in Performance Contemporary for Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Carriageworks. In 2016, Deacon curated ‘Koala Nutbush’ Art Bar, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, and was awarded Viewers Choice in the Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize at the National Art School, Darlinghurst.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 12 students
    Level: Open to all levels from beginners to advanced students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: yourself – all materials provided

    We use non-toxic paints and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    Time: 10.00am – 3.30pm
    Price: Full price: $125.00 Consession: $105.00
    Address: Harry Burland Activity Centre, 132-134 Shepherd Street, Darlington
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    Whether or not you see yourself as artistic, you can learn how to print. Printmaking offers a variety of techniques which provide a unique language of marks and richness of colour that can’t be achieved in other mediums.

    Throughout this 8-week course, you’ll learn a range of foundation skills as you explore a variety of printmaking techniques including linocut, drypoint, etching, collagraph, and monotype. Our experienced tutor will provide you with a thorough introduction to each printmaking method, designed especially for beginner students.

    You’ll get to take home everything you produce – proofs, print editions and the blocks or plates you create your prints from. You’ll also be provided with many tips for a well-rounded approach to developing your studio practice at home.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 8 students
    Level: designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: Stock paper provided. Specialty papers can be supplied by students at their own expense. Please discuss with your tutor.

    Non-toxic inks and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    8 week course runs weekly until Monday 2 July. No class on public holiday Monday 11 June.
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330.00 Concession: $256.00
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Master a rich variety of mark making in fine print processes. Get your hands dirty painting, drawing, scratching, scraping, gouging, polishing, and wiping ink to create vivid surface textures.

    Throughout this 8-week intermediate course, our tutor will help you develop your creative ideas, skills and technique. You’ll learn how to turn your ideas into images that can then be transformed into prints.

    Working in the medium of your choice, whether that be lino, woodblock, monoprint, collagraph, drypoint, etching, photopolymer or stencil, you’ll take home everything you produce – proofs, print editions and the blocks or plates you’ve made your prints from. You’ll also be provided with many tips for developing your own studio practice at home.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 8 students
    Level: designed for intermediate level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: Stock paper provided. Specialty papers can be supplied by students at their own expense. Please discuss with your tutor.

    Non-toxic inks and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    8 week course runs weekly until Tuesday 26 June
    Time: 9.30am – 12.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330 Concession: $256
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Once you start screen printing your own original designs, you won’t want to stop. Easy and affordable, the process of screen printing on paper and fabric is only limited by your imagination.

    Incredibly versatile and personal, there’s something quite satisfying about seeing a design you’ve drawn being transferred to the screen, followed by engaging in the physical hand printed process.

    Throughout this 6-week course, your tutor will teach you techniques for designing and cutting stencils from vinyl and acetate. You’ll learn how to select papers and fabric, prepare your screen, use a squeegee, mix inks, and print onto a variety of fabrics using non-toxic, water-based inks.

    Turn your vision into paper prints and tactile printed fabrics that can be transformed into cushions, quilts, tableware, cloth bags or striking artwork.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: maximum 8 students
    Level: designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: Stock paper and fabric are provided. Specialty papers or fabric can be supplied by students at their own expense. Please discuss with your tutor.

    We use non-toxic inks and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    6 week course runs weekly until Tuesday 12 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full price: $247.5 Concession: $192
    Address: Harry Burland Activity Centre, 132-134 Shepherd Street, Darlington
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    Printmaking requires us to master, like all arts, both the creative and the technical. In printmaking, the artist creates the image, prepares the plate or block and chooses colours while the technician mixes the inks, lines up the plate or block and gauges how much pressure should be applied.

    Throughout this 8-week advanced course, our tutor will help you develop your skills on both sides of printmaking.

    You’ll produce professional quality prints in the technique of your choice, whether that be mono printing, hand printing, relief block printing, dry point, etching, collagraph or photopolymer printmaking.

    Come equipped with your ideas and imagery or be inspired by your tutor.
    Specific techniques will be introduced to the group that will combine traditional and contemporary materials and tools.

    You’ll take home everything you produce – proofs, print editions and the blocks or plates you’ve made your prints from.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: Maximum 8 students
    Level: designed for advanced students with previous experience in printmaking and knowledge of relief and intaglio prints
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: Stock paper provided. Specialty papers can be supplied by students at their own expense. Please discuss with your tutor.

    We use non-toxic inks and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    8 week course runs weekly until Wednesday 27 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full Price: $330 Concession: $256
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Printmaking requires us to master, like all arts, both the creative and the technical. In printmaking, the artist creates the image, prepares the plate or block and chooses colours, while the technician mixes the inks, lines up the plate or block and gauges how much pressure should be applied.

    Guided by our tutor, you’ll produce original prints exploring mono printing, hand printing, relief block printing, dry point, etching, collagraph or photopolymer printmaking.
    Come equipped with your ideas and imagery or be inspired by your tutor. Specific techniques will be introduced to the group that will combine traditional and contemporary materials and tools.

    You’ll take home everything you produce – proofs, series of prints and the blocks or plates you’ve made your prints from.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Intimate class size: Maximum 8 students
    Level: Designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (aprons provided)
    Bring: Stock paper provided. Specialty papers can be supplied by students at their own expense. Please discuss with your tutor.

    We use non-toxic inks and non-toxic cleaning products and methods wherever possible.

    8 week course runs weekly until Thursday 28 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330 Concession: $256
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Clay is a fascinating material. A lump on a spinning wheel formed by your own hands can become a useful and beautiful work of art.

    Ceramics is a sensual, messy and satisfying experience. Our expert ceramist will help you to build your skills so that you can construct symmetrical ceramic forms at the wheel and more organic forms by hand.

    Throughout this comprehensive 8-week intermediate course, you’ll continue to create functional and decorative objects like bowls and pots, that are a pleasure to hold, look at and use. Expand your knowledge and expertise of hand building and throwing, pressing and coiling as well as how to apply slips, glazes, and other surface treatments to make your pieces look more polished and professional.

    Full instruction is provided and continually updated on best materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Following the end of the course, your fired work will be available for collection so you can show family and friends your latest creations.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students. Each student will have their own wheel.
    Level: designed for intermediate level students.
    Wear: comfortable clothing (trousers recommended).
    Bring: please bring your own apron and towel – all materials provided.

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes.

    8 week course runs weekly until Monday 2 July. No class on public holiday Monday 11 June.
    Time: 9.30am – 12.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330.00 Concession: $256.00
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Make your own stunning ceramic pieces in this 8-week introductory course exploring different treatments for surface decoration.

    You’ll first hand build your own shallow oval or round ceramic dishes or sculptural works from porcelain, raku and terracotta clay to create a blank canvas.

    Then, under the guidance of our experienced tutor, learn how to finish your pieces with decorative techniques like clay slips, sgraffito, burnishing under glazing and on-glaze brushwork.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Following the end of the course, your fired work will be available for collection, so you can show family and friends your creations.

    Intimate class size: Maximum 10 students. Each student will have their own workspace.
    Level: Students of all levels and beginners welcome!
    Wear: Comfortable clothing (trousers recommended).
    Bring: Please bring your own apron and towel– all materials provided.

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes.

    8 week class runs weekly until Tuesday 26 June
    Time: 9.30am – 12.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330 Concession: $256
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    For some, throwing clay on the potter’s wheel is addictive. If you’re one of those people, you’ve come to the right place.

    Our tutor will provide instruction for experienced students wanting to master wheel-throwing techniques. They’ll also teach advanced skills in hand building so you can refine and finish pots to an advanced standard.

    Throughout this 8-week course, you’ll learn how to identify a conceptual basis for your work so you can achieve specific design and aesthetic outcomes. The application and finishing of glazes will also play an integral part in the course.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.
    Following the end of the course, your fired work will be available for collection so you can show family and friends your creations.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students. Each student will have their own wheel.
    Level: designed for intermediate level students.
    Wear: comfortable clothing (trousers recommended).
    Bring: please bring your own apron and towel – all materials provided.

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes. Some brush on glazes and dipping glazes are handmade on site.

    8 week course runs weekly until Wednesday 27 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330 Concession: $256
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Clay is a fascinating material. A lump on a spinning wheel formed by your own hands can become a useful and beautiful work of art.

    With an emphasis on technique, your tutor will teach you all aspects of working at the potter’s wheel so you can confidently throw symmetrical ceramic forms.

    Throughout this 8-week course, new students will be given a solid foundation in making, turning, decorating and glazing cups and bowls on the wheel. Participants will learn through observation, practice and constructive feedback on technique, function and aesthetics.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Following the end of the course, your fired work will be available for collection so you can show family and friends your creations.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students. Each student will have their own wheel.
    Level: designed for beginner level students.
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (trousers recommended).
    Bring: please bring your own apron and towel – all materials provided.

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes.

    8 week course runs weekly until Thursday 28 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full Price: $330 Concession: $256
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Throughout this self-paced 8-week course, our experienced tutor will teach you hand building and wheel work. Learn about correct posture, throwing and turning your vessel, centring, opening the form, and finishing the form.

    You’ll also learn about basic surface treatments including decorative under glazing completed before bisque firing and then final glazing before the last firing.

    The program provides a foundation for students to develop their ceramic skills. The tutor can also advise on how to set yourself up for future self-directed practice.

    Following the end of the course, you’ll experience the satisfaction of taking home your fired work and using what your hands have created.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students. Each student will have their own wheel.
    Level: designed for beginner level students.
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes.
    Bring: please bring your own apron and towel – all materials provided.

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes.

    8 week class runs until Thursday 28 June 2018
    Time: 9.30am – 12.00pm
    Price: Full price: $330.00 Concession: $256.00
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Focus on mastering the basic processes of slab production in conjunction with other hand-building techniques, such as coil work. This class will allow participants to develop a personal approach to the slab building process and provide the necessary skills to undertake future personal projects.

    Following the end of the course, your fired work will be available for collection so you can show family and friends your creations.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students. Each student will have their workspace.
    Level: designed for students with some experience who are looking for further instruction and guidance.
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (trousers recommended).
    Bring: your own apron and towel – All materials provided.

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes.

    8 week course runs weekly until Friday 29 June
    Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
    Price: Full Price: $330.00 Concession: $256.00
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
  • Book now

    Clay is a fascinating material. A lump on a spinning wheel formed by your own hands can become a useful and beautiful work of art.

    With an emphasis on technique, our tutor will teach you all aspects of working at the potter’s wheel so you can confidently throw symmetrical ceramic forms.

    Throughout this 6-week course, students will be given a solid foundation in making, turning, decorating and glazing cups and bowls on the wheel. Participants will learn through observation, practice and constructive feedback on technique, function and aesthetics.

    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Following the end of the course, your fired work will be available for collection so you can show family and friends your creations.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students. Each student will have their own wheel.
    Level: designed for beginner level students.
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (trousers recommended).
    Bring: please bring your own apron and towel – all materials provided.

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes. Some brush on glazes and dipping glazes are handmade on site.

    6 week course continues until 16 June
    Time: 2.00pm – 4.30pm
    Price: Full price: $247.5 Concession: $192
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
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    Ceramics is one of the most ancient industries on the planet and a complex craft to master.

    Throughout this 6-week course, you’ll receive hands on instruction from our tutor who will provide a blend of important technical advice with a passion for the making, using and appreciation of ceramic forms.

    Designed to fast track your learning so you can engage in further ceramics practice, the focus will be on the foundational processes of ceramic art as opposed to creating a finished product. However you will produce a small body of work for applying surface treatment. At the end of the course, you’ll have gained a distinct advantage that will put you on a pathway towards further learning.
    Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures.

    Following the end of the course, your fired work will be available for collection so you can show family and friends your creations.

    Intimate class size: maximum 10 students. Each student will have their own wheel
    Level: designed for beginner level students
    Wear: comfortable clothing and enclosed shoes (trousers recommended)
    Bring: please bring your own apron and towel – all materials provided

    Exhausted clay is reclaimed and recycled for reuse in our classes.

    6 week course runs weekly until Saturday 16 June
    Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm
    Price: Full price: $247.50 Concession: $192.00
    Address: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale