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Photo Credit: Moira Vella Photography

Mondays 2 May – 20 June 2022, 6pm – 8.30pm
Facilitator: Danielle Green

Tuesdays 3 May – 21 June 2022, 6pm – 8.30pm 
Facilitator: Anthony Bright

Wednesdays 4 May – 22 June 2022, 6pm – 8.30pm
Facilitator: Natalie Valiente

Thursdays 5 May – 23 June 2022, 6pm – 8.30pm
Facilitator: Peta O’Halloran

Fridays 6 May – 24 June 2022, 6pm – 8.30pm
Facilitator: Yuhana Nashmi

Saturdays 7 May – 25 June 2022, 10am – 12.30pm
Facilitator: Natalie Valiente

Enjoy 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.

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

Cost: $275
Ages: 12 + years

About the Facilitators 

Antony Bright has been working between teaching and ceramics for the last four decades with a specialization in wheel throwing large pots, mostly in earthenware clay, and making hand made tiles. Antony studied ceramics at East Sydney Technical College and Campbelltown TAFE and has exhibited works at Campbelltown Arts Centre.

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.

Peta O’Halloran is a Macarthur based ceramicist with a unique hand-building style. O’Halloran has exhibited her figurative sculptural pieces in galleries across Sydney and is an active member of the Macarthur Ceramics Group. She is passionate about teaching, studying, and creating in her garden studio @peta.ohallora

Yuhana Nashmi is a ceramic and figurative artist with a background in social work and a sincere passion for community. Nashmi was born in Baghdad and now lives and works in Campbelltown. He studied ceramics at the National Art School, Carlton Pottery School and the Gymea Tafe. His practice embraces the beauty of the imperfect, gravitating towards simple, textural forms that harmonise concept and materiality. @yuhana_nashmi

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