Pottery Drop in/Drop out - Seniors Festival Special

Join beloved pottery tutor Pim Hodge to create your own ceramic tile. 

Pottery is magical! And should be approached with a degree of caution, as it’s also known to be highly addictive…. 

Who doesn't love playing in the dirt? Peter Cundall might argue with me on this, but I’d say clay dirt is by far the loveliest, even over gardening dirt!

So in between Tai Chi and morning tea, drop in and get your hands blissfully dirty with Pim’s tile making class.

Pim's theme this Seniors Festival is ‘The Sky’ - think birds, clouds, stars, planets, rain, kites, hot air balloons, flying saucers and sunshine! 

Please note, because clay is a slow craft, your tile will not be ready to take home on the day. Pim will glaze and fire all the pieces after the class and we will notify you when they are ready to be picked up.

Places are limited, so bookings are essential. Preference will be given to participants who have not taken a pottery class at NSCC before. 

Materials List

Bring an apron

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.