Titirangi Potters

All year round

Share the love of clay!

Titirangi Potters runs a beginners pottery class in their studio on Thursday evenings 7 – 9pm. It is led by one of their members, and teaches basic techniques and creative exploration with clay. The cost for the 9 week course is $390 which includes teaching, as well as a student’s first clay requirements (10 kg – clay, glaze, x2 firings). Keep an eye on their Facebook page for next term’s classes: details are usually posted around week 8 of the school term.



For more info visit:

Titirangi Potters


Titirangi Community House
500 South Titirangi Road



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