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Interested in learning pottery?

Well you have come to the right place!


Our studio is a great environment for learning and all lessons are conducted by experienced and skilled teachers. Details on teachers and class times are below. There are additional costs for firing of completed pots as well as raw materials.


Get in touch today by emailing one of our teachers (below) to find out more or to sign up for classes! Spaces are limited and booking in advance is essential. 


2023 Classes are filled!
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Meet our teachers 


About me:

I am a pottery artist and teacher. I enjoy all aspects of pottery creation, from recycling clay, to throwing, turning, decorating, glazing and firing.  I especially look forward to opening the kiln after a firing to see the finished products.  

I specialise in functional ware, including mugs, tumblers, bowls, platters, lidded vessels, mosquito coil holders, tagines, and casserole dishes.  I also enjoy producing sculptural pieces.  I sell my pottery locally.


In my class the emphasis is on having FUN while learning a new creative skill.


Wednesday 6.00pm – 9.00pm

Saturday 2.00pm – 5.00pm

- Space is limited and booking in advance is essential -



About me:

I am an environment loving, inquisitive little ceramicist, ready to guide you along your pottery journey with encouragement and excitement.


I am loving teaching ceramics to a vast community of clay obsessed individuals in Gurrumbilbarra. From beginners to more experienced potters, my classes cater to all skill levels. Every month I offer an optional focus technique to learn, whilst also offering support for people creating personal projects. We explore an array of forms on the pottery wheel, firing styles, and hand building techniques. 


Tuesday 6.00pm – 9.00pm

Thursday 9.00am – 12.00pm

Thursday 6.00pm – 9.00pm

-Space is limited and booking in advance is essential -


About me:

I have accumulated many skills as a hobbyist potter from hand building, throwing, firing and glazing during the last 35 years. 

I love exploring all the techniques clay can offer and particularly enjoy the fact that there is always more to learn.

My ideas for the class are to teach beginners throwing and hand building and as the students become more experienced I would like to mentor their creative ideas. I am particularly keen to strengthen the students' skills in the glazing field, loading kilns and firing. I will also be demonstrating a different surface decoration technique every term.


Saturday 9.00am – 12.00pm

-Space is limited and booking in advance is essential -


About me:

I am a local potter, inspired by the forms and colours of tropical North Queensland’s environment.


Monday 6.00pm – 9.00pm

-Space is limited and booking in advance is essential -

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