Cups and Mugs (Beginner/Intermediate) with Eric Paliotta
Thursdays 27/01/22 – 03/03/22
18:00 – 20:00
£235 (£212 for members)
The Cups and Mugs class is for beginners and intermediates, and focuses on the fundamentals of throwing pots on the wheel. In this class you will develop your throwing skills by making cups with and without handles. The class will go over a number of techniques including (but not limited to): centering clay on the wheel, throwing cylinders and other basic forms, making handles, and trimming foot rings. Over the 6 weeks, each participant will make at least one handled cup/mug and one tea bowl/handleless cup. Cups and mugs are one of the most fundamental forms in pottery, so this class should serve as a good entry point to throwing for those with no experience, and is a brilliant way to hone your skills if you have some experience already!
Week 1 – Learn the basics of throwing/making pinch pots
Week 2 – Wheel throw tea bowls/cups. Trimming pieces from last week
Week 3 – Pulling handles for mugs and trimming tea bowls/cups
Week 4 – Attaching handles and finishing off pieces
Week 5 – Surface Decoration
Week 6 – Surface Decoration
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Spaces are limited – offered on a first come first served basis, get in touch early to avoid disappointment
If we do not have enough people booked onto a class 72 hours before it is due to start, we will cancel it and send full refunds to anyone booked on.
If you are booked on and wish to cancel, you must let us know as soon as possible.
We will issue a full refund until 7 days before the workshop is due to start.
If you cancel 7 days or less before the workshop is due to start we will issue a 50% refund.
If you cancel 72 hours (3 days) or less before the class is due we will not issue a refund.
Exceptions: if someone tests positive for Covid or is asked to self isolate within the restricted cancellation period, they will receive a full refund, if evidence can be provided.