Please see below for our upcoming opportunities and classes – if you would like to arrange a taster session before booking a class, please get in touch!

Introduction to Ceramics with Ian Henderson

Our most popular class is back! An excellent introduction to ceramics with potter and artist Ian Henderson.

These classes are ideal for complete beginners, and are also great for those who have tried ceramics but would like to refine their skills. Get an introduction to wheel throwing; learn how to hand-build through pinch pots, slab building and coiling; and decorate and glaze your creations before taking them home.

Children over the age of 12 are welcome to attend (at concession price) but must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Wednesdays 6:00-8:30pm for 7 weeks, beginning 13th June. Cost includes tuition time, materials and firings.

£180 / £160 for DCW members

Ceramics For All! With Sarah Rychtarova

From complete beginners to those who wish to refresh and expand on techniques and experience, and everyone in between. This informal, open environment allows you to explore your own particular interests and projects at a comfortable pace or to learn different techniques from scratch.

This is a general course covering hand building techniques, surface decoration processes and glaze applications. An intro to wheel throwing can also be covered on request.

Children over the age of 12 are welcome to attend (at concession price) but must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Thursdays 6:00-8:30pm for 6 weeks, beginning 24th May.

£135 / £120 for DCW members



Wheel Throwing Classes

We are now offering wheel throwing classes! These 1-1 classes offer you intensive time with the tutor to learn the art of wheel throwing.

Classes last one hour and can be booked by emailing us.
Sessions are available on Sundays and Tuesdays or by request.

Costs:
1 hour wheel throwing tutorial for one: £30
1 hour wheel throwing tutorial for two: £50

Please note, we encourage you to edit and be selective with your wheel throwing as this is the best way to learn! Therefor keeping anything you make is not included in the price of the class. If you would like to keep anything you make during a tutorial, speak to your tutor and they will arrange for it to be fired. This will incur an additional cost dependant on the size of the work.

Dundee Ceramics Workshop Student Fellowship – Deadline 5th June 2018

Dundee Ceramics Workshop is delighted to announce the availability of a new membership tier in our studio: the Dundee Ceramics Workshop Fellowship.

Running alongside our standard membership, DCW hopes that our new Fellowship will foster a community of ceramic artists having open access to facilities that are currently unavailable elsewhere inDundee. The selected artists will be able to use the workshop without the restrictions of our volunteer schedule, and to store work at the studio, allowing for time and space to develop more complex pieces and bodies of work.

Fellowship places will run for three months at a time, with the possibility of extending this membership for up to six continuous months. Successful applicants will be asked to commit to a two month Fellowship from 1 July 2018.

Applicants should have confidence in their abilities and understand that they will have access to the space when no studio technician or committee members are on site. In depth guidance in specific techniques and one-on-one tuition are available, but will be subject to a fee and must be scheduled in advance.

 Fellowship Details:

Cost: £80 for two months
Includes:
– 24 hour access to studio
– Designated storage space for work
– Designated storage space for materials
– Discounted rates on courses and workshops that occur during the Fellowship period
– One medium sized bisque firing per month (pre-determined space within kiln)

Availability: four places – two of which will be for sculptural/fine artists, and two for artists whose practice is applied art/design-led.

 Application deadline: Tuesday 5th June 2018, 5pm

Dundee Ceramics Workshop Fellowship
Dundee Ceramics Workshop Fellowshop Application Form