Woodend Neighbourhood House

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  • Pottery - school holidays
    Thursday, 6 July  2017
    11:30 am - 12:45 pm


What’s it all about?

Andrew Bloxsome will teach you the basics of pottery  in a 75 minute class. You’ll have a go at making a character out of clay and, if there’s time decorate it.

Who is it for?

Primary school children age 7+.  If you’re six and want to come along with a big brother or sister, friend or cousin that’s fine too!pottery

What do I need to bring?

  • Enthusiasm to learn something new.
  • Wear old clothes, clay can be messy!
  • An old towel.
  • Plastic shopping bags, we use these to wrap up your creations, so they dry out at an even rate.
  • Your water bottle

What not to bring

Please don’t bring any nuts – we have people with allergies.

Who will be teaching?

Andrew Bloxsome is your teacher.

Andrew Bloxsome Studio Ceramics is located in Kyneton. Our handcrafted pottery reflects the richly diverse landscape of this area. Each piece is handmade using traditional methods of production kneaded with a modern proactive design aesthetic.

Clay is our medium of choice because of its refined capacity to explicate a story.

Our functional line of pottery is made from stoneware clay. Stoneware clays have a rich history in functional and art pottery in cultures from East to West. Stoneware clays are some of the strongest most reliable of all ceramic material, they can exhibit the brightness of fine marble through to the ephemeral colour and stalwart characteristics of natural stone.

Andrew is often at the Kyneton Farmers’ Market up near the sausage sizzle – stop by and say hello and see his pieces.



Instagram: andrew_bloxsome



Venue Phone: 03 5427 1845

47 Forest Street, Woodend, Victoria, 3442, Australia

Pottery 6 July 11.30am

Thursday, 6 July 2017

11:30 AM to 12:45 PM

Undercroft, Woodend Neighbourhood House