Pottery House Name Plaque

New Brewery Arts, Cirencester, GL7 1JH

01285 657181
[email protected]
www.newbreweryarts.org.uk

Saturday 25 March 2017
10am - 4pm
Admission Fee: £80
Booking essential
To book please visit our website or call us

The complete beginner can make complex designs by using Peter’s cutters, stamps and templates whilst the more experienced potter will have the opportunity to explore more personal ideas. Melted glass works well with this task and if you have bits of coloured glass at home you may like to incorporate these into your work. Your plaque will be made with crank or white clay and fired to stoneware making it frost proof. Peter will provide all the materials, tools and information necessary.

Tutor: Peter Garrard

All abilities welcome

Why not make your workshop into a short break and book into our new guest accommodation The Barrel Store. Call us for your special residential workshop rate.

Our specialist education studios provide a space for courses, workshops and parties at New Brewery Arts. We work with great tutors, each a professional maker in their own right, to lead our classes. Groups are small so you receive individual attention and you can work at your own pace. Lunch is included on full-day workshops for adults unless stated otherwise and tea and coffee is available in the studio at all times. 

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