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POTTERY: Clay Sculpture

Mondays 29 April - 24 June @ 6:30 - 9pm SOLD OUT/New Tuesday course available

April 29 @ 6:30 pm - 9:45 pm

Pottery: clay Sculpture course Auckland

Come learn Clay Sculpture & Pottery at UXBRIDGE.

In this class you will learn pottery techniques such as coiling, slab building, pinch pots, working with moulds and wheel throwing!
You will get to experiment with different styles, textures and finishes. This class will give you the tools to tap into your creativity and create sculptural pieces or useful and practical domestic ware.

Talented local ceramicist Jino, will guide you through those techniques. He aims for his students to be inspired by what they can create and then truly tap into their creativity, exploring their own ideas and talents!


Who is this class suitable for:

This class is suitable for beginners and advanced students. It provides a fun and relaxed atmosphere where you can meet like-minded people and easily make new friends.


What you will get from this class:

– An opportunity to express and create with your hands
– Solid knowledge of the most widely used techniques in clay
– Wheel throwing experience (if you wish to get into it!)
– The chance to explore your own ideas using clay as your medium
– A dedicated time where your hands are too dirty to touch your phone!


About your tutor and her teaching style:

Jino’s  teaching style is hands on, you will have ample freedom of experimenting and room to make your own mistakes but he is with you all the way guiding and helping.


What to bring & know before attending? 

All equipment and tools are provided (including 6 wheels).
All firings and most glazes are included in the fee. Clay for your first project/s included (approx. 2kg). Clay can then be purchased in class for the following projects (2kg costs $8).
Please bring a small towel to clean down your space.  In this class you need to finish working 5 – 10 minutes prior to the end time and start cleaning your area.

Clay is an organic product and doesn’t always react the way you might expect. Through the making, firing, glazing, more firing, things can change shape, explode, stick to shelves etc.
We do our best to avoid these things happening but sometimes they do.


April 29
6:30 pm - 9:45 pm
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Jino Jeong


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Studio 1
35 Uxbridge Road
Auckland, 2014 New Zealand
(09) 535 6467


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About Your Tutor:

Jino Jeong

Jino Jeong

Jino Jeong is an Auckland-based ceramicist. Jino was born in Seoul and trained in ceramics at Kyunggi University in South Korea. He then spent a year at the highly prestigious Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute in China, the only dedicated university to ceramic arts in China. Now living in Auckland, Jino works from his studio experimenting with scale and glaze to create a unique body of work. He now teaches our Pottery for Beginners course Awards 2018 Portage award, Honorable mention, NZ…