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Sgraffito Workshop with Alison Waters
June 11 @ 10:30 am - 3:00 pm£80
With Artist/Ceramicist Alison Waters
During this workshop, you will learn how to create a vase, using the slab build technique, forming the clay slab around a cylinder and attaching a base.
The vase will then be coated with black slip and a design/illustration carved into the slip, to reveal the natural clay underneath.
This workshop is aimed at anyone over 16 who wants to learn a new skill of handbuilding with clay, meet like minded people and benefit their emotional well being.
There are parking spaces available outside the studio. Please use the allocated parking . There are no entry/ private signs on the drive. No access is permitted beyond this point.
There is one outside toilet currently available for studio use. Due to the unusual nature and age of the farm buildings , we are unfortunately not able to provide disabled toilet facilities. People with limited mobility may find difficulty in accessing the toilet and studio due to access via steps.
There are no convenience shops within quick/ easy walking distance of the Farm. ( Budgens local shop and post office) – 1.2 miles – approx 3 mins by car )
There is a small farm shop next door. You are welcome to bring your own snacks/ lunch/ drinks etc.
In accordance with Health and Safety Regulations, food and drinks must not be consumed in the studio.
Workshop Duration – 10:30am – 3pm
What you need to bring along – Enthusiasm and a smile
Lunch/Drinks – Hot drinks will be provided
Suitable for – Beginners and upwards (min age 16)
Price per Person – £80
Dates – 11th June 2022
Classes & Workshops
Endfield Farm Pottery offers regular classes and workshops for all abilities from beginners and upwards. You can view and book any of our classes and workshops by clicking the button below…
Our studio can be booked for workplace groups, outreach programmes , birthday/special occasions, or Ceramic teachers looking for a venue to run specialist workshops.
The art of pottery is oftentimes described as therapeutic and relaxing. This thoughtful, artistic activity can open up the mind and relieve you of outside worries.