Our One-to-One sessions are ideal for those who like to have a private tutorial or book with a group of friends. You will have the opportunity to work with the tutor in a session designed specifically for you and your learning needs.
In these sessions we can offer to support the development in your clay making methods such as throwing on the potter’s wheel or clay hand building.
Bridget Timoney has been a practicing potter for ten years. She studied ceramics at Limerick School of Art and Design. She trained under Gus Mableson at the prestigious Thomastown Skills Course and completed an Adopt a Potter apprenticeship with Julie Ayton. Recently Bridget completed her traineeship as Mirka Golden-Hann’s Visual Arts and Pottery Assistant at Salisbury Arts Centre where she gained an in-depth insight into teaching pottery classes to all ages as well as running a community pottery.
Andy Glass completed his degree in Ceramics in 1996 at the University of Derby. After university he worked as a production thrower for several years and consequently in the early 00’s developed his ceramic practice through a series of Artistic Residencies at Cranleigh Arts Centre in Surrey, South Hill Park Arts Centre, and Wysning Arts Centre. His career includes a wide teaching portfolio as well as kiln and pottery equipment engineering.
One and half hour one-to-one session is £85 plus materials and firing. Email us for information about group tuition.
We can work flexibly and organise a session format tailored just for you. Whether you would like to spend a longer time with the tutor or to bring in a small group of friends for a special one-off experience, please get in touch and we can see what we can arrange.