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What are pottery classes? 

Pottery classes take the form of hands-on sessions, delivered in great detail by certified tutors with extensive experience in the field. Throughout, you will be provided with all the aspects of ceramic making, such as:

  • the basics in clay preparation
  • hand-shaping
  • slab building
  • coiling
  • decorating
  • glazing

Eventually, you will also be introduced to the more complex and challenging practices of throwing on the wheel, cutting and joining. 

During the course of the program, key ceramic styles and methods will also be presented and explained accordingly, which you will then get the opportunity to experiment with in numerous assigned projects − feedback will be given at all times, making sure that your form and work is of the highest quality.

Why should I take up pottery classes?

If you’ve ever wanted to make your own holloware from scratch or simply learn more about the art of pottery-making, then you should definitely sign up to a pottery class and learn the basics of the art. From making basic bowls to turning a foot ring and wheel throwing, these classes have got you covered!

Taking up a pottery class can provide you with a whole new challenge and experience in your life, whilst at the same time, intensifying your passion for the craft. So, whether you’re still a beginner or already well in touch with your skills, signing up will undoubtedly be beneficial regardless.

Besides doing it simply to try something new, you should also take up pottery classes for the numerous health benefits they can provide! As a matter of fact, health magazine Health Fitness Revolution claim that: 

''The art of pottery is oftentimes described as therapeutic and relaxing. While spinning clay, your mind, and body are in natural synergy, wrapped around your creative ambitions and goals. This thoughtful, artistic activity can open up the mind and relieve you of outside worries.''

    The art has been around for thousands of years and is considered to be therapeutic not only for the mind but the body as well, and as they go on to point out, it can potentially: 

    • Reduce Stress
    • Enhance your Mood 
    • Help with Focusing 
    • Provide a Sense of Accomplishment
    • Serve as a Form of Expression 

    How do I get a pottery qualification? 

    Throughout these lessons, certified tutors will provide you with guaranteed individual attention, helping you to build the confidence you need to improve your work through constructive criticism and tips. Through this approach, at the end of the program you will therefore eventually have:

    • Gained extensive knowledge of the several ceramic processes and the ways of achieving a final product.
    • Learned a range of construction techniques to create form.
    • Made a variety of ceramic forms and products.
    • Used a variety of materials needed to decorate surfaces.
    • Learned how to properly apply Glaze to enhance finished work.
    • Gained a basic understanding of the fundamental aspects of Health and Safety in accordance with equipment and tool handling.

    Where are pottery classes held? 

    A simple look through our search engine will help you find over 600 pottery classes, all over the UK. From institutions to universities, to online, these classes are offered in various ways, giving you the option to choose the most ideal channel that best suits you!


    A classroom course usually takes place at pre-designated institutions, colleges, or universities, providing the ideal choice for those who have a liking for hands-on practice in an academic setting.


    Online classes are also an option, ideally for those who have a busy schedule and favor flexibility. In this case, you can freely participate in the course at your own pace and on your own time, without any restrictions whatsoever!

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