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Ceramics

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Ages 16+
Cost:
Full term: $295 ($275 with concession)
Half term: $150

Immerse yourself in Campbelltown Arts Centre’s ceramics studio complete with extruder, slab roller, pottery wheels and kilns. Learn new ceramic techniques or experiment with clays and glazes to create your own personalised designs. These workshops pair practical demonstration with individual tuition in a social studio environment. Suitable for all experience levels.

Mondays Facilitator: Danielle Green
Tuesdays Facilitators: Danielle Green/Tina Wheatly
Wednesday Facilitator: Natalie Valiente
Thursday Facilitator: Paige Northwood
Saturdays Facilitator: Natalie Valiente

Full term

Mondays full term: 6th May – 24th June, 6 – 8.30pm (8 weeks)
Tuesdays full term: 7th May – 25th June, 6 – 8.30pm (8 weeks)
Wednesdays full term: 8th May – 26th June, 6 – 8.30pm (8 weeks)
Thursdays full term: 9th May – 27th June, 6 – 8.30pm (8 weeks)
Saturdays full term: 11th May – 29th June, 10:00am – 12.30pm (8 weeks)

Session 1

Mondays session 1: 6th May – 27th May, 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Tuesdays session 1: 7th May – 28th May, 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Wednesdays session 1: 8th May – 29th May, 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Thursdays session 1: 9th May – 30th May, 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Saturdays session 1: 11th May – 1st June, 10:00am – 12.30pm (4 weeks)

Session 2
Mondays session 2: 3rd June– 24th June, 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Tuesdays session 2: 4th June– 25th June, 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Wednesdays session 2: 5th June– 26th June, 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Thursdays session 2: 6th June– 27th June 6 – 8.30pm (4 weeks)
Saturdays session 2: 8th June– 29th June, 10:00am – 12.30pm (4 weeks)

About the Facilitators 

Danielle Green is a Macarthur based ceramicist, known for her unique, colourful hand-built forms. Working from her home studio, Dani sells works online at local markets, and galleries around Australia. @toodlepipdesigns

Natalie Valiente is a proud Warrie women from the Wiradjuri Nation living and working on Dharawal land in Campbelltown. Valiente is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes ceramics, textiles and public art. She currently manages the Budjari Mudjingaal Elders Ceramics working studio and has been teaching ceramics for over two decades, including at TAFE.

Paige Northwood is an interdisciplinary artist. Through her sculptural ceramic and painting practise she explores presence and connection. Her work uses found materials such as local clay, pigment, ochre, and charcoal, out of both necessity and respect for living sustainably. This practice allows her to be present with her surroundings and connect with place, often choosing to paint in nature.

Please bring an apron and an old towel to the workshop. Ticket includes one bag of clay only, additional clay available for purchase.

Ceramics Class Policy
Our term ceramics classes are 16+.
Children 10+ are welcome accompanied with and adult who can supervise and 2 tickets must be purchased for both adult and child.
Age 16+ can attend unsupervised.
Any special circumstances, please contact [email protected]

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