Pottery - Tuesday

  • All participants who enrol must be fully (double) vaccinated by the class start date to be able to join classes on site (as per public health orders): 
  • NO refunds or transfers for anyone who enrols and is not fully vaccinated by the class start date

Learn the basics of hand building, glazing, decorating and wheel work. Progress to sculpture, glazing and slip decoration. 

Equipment and firing costs included. Clay available to purchase from tutor, approximately $20.

Please note:

  • We have 2 small kilns which are adequate for a reasonable amount of work to be created by each student. 
  • We don’t have the storage space and the capacity for firing large volumes of work. Students are limited to one large work per term, the size of the work should be discussed with the tutor.
  • Clay is supplied at a very reasonable price for pottery students. We are not a production facility for commercial ware.
  • We do not fire any student works that have been made outside of class time. 
  • We only fire to Earthenware temperatures and use brush on glazes.

*Students will also be expected to assist their tutor in a post-course clean down of the room & anything used during this time. Please understand we are putting in strict protocols across the board to ensure the safety of our entire community.

Tutor: Pim Hodge

Pim Hodge studied at the Sydney College of the Arts where she gained her degree in Visual Arts, majoring in ceramics and sculpture. Pim's work has been represented in the Canberra Ceramic Awards and has been shown in private collections in Australia and overseas. She exhibits regularly in solo and joint exhibitions around Sydney and has had a piece selected by the Renwick Group of the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Pim’s teaching involvement takes her to Mauritius each year as Artist in Residence at the Mauritian Craft Academy. Pim has a satirical and whimsical approach to her work, while maintaining the integrity of her subjects.