PLEASE NOTE: DCW is closed until further notice – see our Facebook for updates. Our online shop will reopen when we’re able to fulfil orders again. [updated 5 January]
Dundee Ceramics Workshop can be found in Meadow Mill in the Blackness area of Dundee. Our building is a converted jute mill, with our floor maintained by Wasps. For getting up to the workshop, please press the lower ‘216’ buzzer on the intercom outside during our opening hours, when the workshop is manned by a volunteer. We’ll then give you access to the building.
Address: Studio 216, 2nd Floor, Wasps Meadow Mill, West Henderson’s Wynd, Dundee, DD1 5BY
The workshop and building are wheelchair accessible; our workshop is located on the second floor of our building which can be reached via a lift. Other than a small lip at the main door, there are no stairs in accessing the studio. A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor. We should note that doors are not automated and must be opened manually – we’re happy to provide assistance if needed. Please get in touch if you require more information regarding access needs.
There is parking to the north, west and south of the building, with a 30 minutes grace period for people stopping to collect work or visit the workshop. For visits of longer than 30 minutes, the workshop can provide day parking passes.
You’ll find a comprehensive list of our pricing for membership, session fees, materials and more here.
Our kiln is available to book by Dundee Ceramic Workshop members – if you would like to fire in our kiln, you need to join as a member first. Full terms and conditions and prices can be found here.
A firing form must be included with any work submitted to the workshop for firing. You can download one here.
Please note that, due to demand, it can take between 2-4 weeks for work to be fired, particularly at busier times of year. More information here.
Know someone who might like to come play with clay? You can purchase a gift voucher in any amount that can go towards a 1-1 session or course fee. Just get in touch to discuss and arrange collection or postage.