Coralie Winn Ata Ceramics

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Coralie teaches wheel-throwing for beginners and also runs the occasional hand building workshop for small groups. She enjoys teaching and works to create a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere that encourages students to play with clay and learn the skill of wheel throwing, encouraging patience and practice. She has witnessed first hand just how therapeutic working with clay can be for many people. That time each week of tuning into the clay at the wheel and working with their hands, has done so much good. To sign up to the mailing list for info and notifications about new courses/spaces, email Coralie. These classes usually run for the same length as the school term, for 2 hours per week. Day and evening classes.

For more info visit:

Coralie Winn Ata Ceramics


50 London Street


021 1679 264

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