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Ceramic Hares Sculpting Workshop - Autumn Term

We do not have a date for this class yet, as we are gauging interest for the autumn term. Please pop your details in the ‘NOTIFY ME WHEN AVAILABLE’ box and you will be the very first to hear when the class is available to book.

Many thanks Jules & Caroline x



No pottery experience is needed to take part in this wonderful hare sculpting workshop, run by experienced potters Carol Read and Richard Ballantyne of R&B Ceramics.


Carol and Richard are both highly respected ceramicists and teachers, who's work is sold internationally. They began a working partnership around 2010. The resulting ceramic art is a fusion of both their skills, contributing to each other’s work and creating new work together.


During this workshop, you will create one of Richard's signature lying down hare scuptures. The main shape for the hare is created using a thrown closed form. This will be provided for each attendee, but also demonstrated on the day. The clay used during the day is Ashraf Hanna clay.


Throughout the day, Richard and Carol bring you through the hare making process step-by-step, showing you how to change the shape of your leatherhard form, manipulate and add to it to complete the finished piece.


All you need to bring on the day is an apron, a board to construct your hare on, any modelling tools if you have them and a packed lunch.


If you would like to leave your completed hare with us for firing this can be done for an additional charge.


This course is good for both absolute beginners wishing to explore ceramics but also anyone one who has done a bit of ceramic work before and wants to take it further. There will be plenty of 1-to-1 tuition.


To find out more about the course email or call Caroline on 07410 611988.


This class will be taking place in a brand new studio space Penn Street.  Full address will be supplied as soon as possible (we're just signing contracts!!).

Ceramic Hares Sculpting Workshop - Autumn Term

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