BEGINNERS THROWING COURSE

A four week course covering throwing, turning and glazing.

Culford Studios is committed to providing courses that not only fit every skill level and background, but also infuse our supportive and innovative teaching approach.

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What’s included? 


Expert tuition and equipment. Work that is fired brings an additional cost of £4 per kg.


What to expect? 

This beginners throwing course will enable you to understand the properties and possibilities with thrown ceramics.

Week one: You will be shown the principles of throwing on the wheel.

Week two: You will continue throwing and be shown how to turn your pieces.

Week three: You will continue making and be shown complimentary techniques such as pulling handles. 


Week four: Introduction to glazes. You will be able to try out a variety of decorating/glaze techniques on your now bisc fired objects using glaze and underglaze. Your object(s) will be fired and able to be collected within 3 - 4 weeks. 

Where? 

The class will be held on the upper floor of Culford Studio, a spacious room to maintain social distancing.

What to bring?

Please bring a mask and an apron or wear messy clothes. 

When to arrive?

The course times are 6.30 - 9pm. Please arrive 10 minutes before the class is due to start.

What next?

Come back! You're welcome to rebook onto this class and continue honing your skills. 

What about covid-19?

Our commitment:

- Workstations are socially distanced

- All chairs, workstations and studio will be disinfected before and after use 

- We will continue to review and reserve the right to reschedule any sessions as this fluid situation develops – in line with best advice from Health Advisors

Your commitment:

- You must bring your own face mask or wear one provided, and you must wear it at all times 

- Please use hand sanitiser provided on arrival

- Please avoid touching anything in the studio that is not related to your classwork

- Please only come to the studio if you are not a risk to others – or at risk yourself 

- Do not visit if you have symptoms – stay at home

Missing Lessons:

Our courses are structured in  progressing steps so it is necessary that you are sure you can attend all the course dates before you book. It isn't possible to reschedule a missed lesson to another date as we do not have spare places on any of our courses.

* In order to run this workshop we need a minimum of 6 participants. If the workshop is cancelled you will be offered the option to transfer the booking to an alternative available workshop.

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ABOUT THE TEACHER

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EUGENE CHUNG

Eugene is a graduate from MA Ceramics and Glass at The Royal College of Art. He regularly teaches children and adults in both English and Mandarin.

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ELLA PORTER

Ella is a graduate from MA Ceramics and Glass at The Royal College of Art. She regularly teaches both children and adults.

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JOSPEH GABRIEL

Jazz is a graduate from MA Ceramics and Glass at The Royal College of Art. He regularly teaches both children and adults in both English and Spanish.

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LIZ JACKSON

Liz  is a graduate from MA Ceramics and Glass at The Royal College of Art. She has experience teaching adults and children.

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ANTONIO FOIS

Antonio  is a graduate from MA Ceramics and Glass at The Royal College of Art. He has experience teaching adults and children in both English and Italian.

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EMILY STAPLETON-JEFFERIS

Emily is a graduate from MA Ceramics and Glass at The Royal College of Art. She regularly teaches both children and adults at Camden Arts Centre, The Victoria and Albert Museum and Workshop 305. She specialises in hand-built Ceramics