Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

Pottery and Papermaking classes- Summer holidays

sorting out dates for summer holidays;

Pottery Classes at the Pop up Pottery
Summer Holidays 2015

To Book :
pottery@balnacra.com

Adult Pottery Every Thursday morning
10 – 12noon
£6 per person
booking required

Adult Pottery Every Thursday Evening
7.30pm – 9pm
£5 per person
booking required

General Pottery session ages 5 – 12
Wednesday 15th July
1 – 2.30pm
wear old clothes
cost per person £5 – booking required

Raku Firing demonstration
Not suitable for children under 12, those under 16 need adult supervision
Tuesday 21st July
1 – 3pm
wear old clothes
cost £6 per person – booking required

Papermaking for all ages
Wednesday 22nd july
1pm – 2.30pm
all ages
wear old clothes
cost per person £5 – booking required

Pottery Glazing session ( for previous attendees from 15th ) ages 5- 12
Wednesday August 5th
1 – 2pm
wear old clothes
cost per person £5 – booking required

workshop sessions can also be booked for groups at £25 per hour plus £5 per person for materials
Or
make an appointment to Throw a Pot for £10 each and have it collected or posted on after it is glazed ( postage at cost ) .

throw

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