Clay Feet Pots

Wed & Thur

Explore the medium of clay using hand-build techniques to create useful domestic ware or decorative pieces for garden or home. Learn to make symmetrical shapes on the potters wheel. This class has an element of self direction. You are asked to bring ideas and pictures of what you are wanting to make. The tutor will direct and advise you through the process. Beginners welcome. Classes run Wednesdays and Thursdays – check their website for more info.

For more info visit:

Clay Feet Pots


The Art Lab
Basement of Whangaparaoa Hall
719 Whangaparaoa Road
Hibiscus Coast


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