Ceramic Making Workshop

Learn all about pottery making from hand-building to wheel throwing.

2.5 hours Class size 4 to 10     label £52

Join Ronaldo, experienced potter and star on Great Pottery Throw Down, in this relaxing pottery workshop that will guide you through lots of creative and hands-on ceramic making techniques.

For all the beginners starting their journey into handmade pottery for the first time, you will be picking up plenty of great new skills. Learn about wheel throwing, slab building, coiling, surface decoration and glazing. It's a great way to build a foundation of knowledge about making pottery and build your confidence.

If you've got a bit more experience when it comes to pottery, you can improve your skills and develop any personal work with support from Ronaldo. There is a variety of stoneware glazes available to inspire you as you make clay creations on the pottery wheel or just by hand.

By the end of this ceramics class, you will leave feeling creatively satisfied and with a few beautiful pieces to put on your shelf.

Please note: there is an additional charge of £1 per 1lb of clay used. Pieces will be weighed at the leather hard stage.

Minimum age requirement: 14 -- students under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Knowledge required
Ideal for beginners and those with little experience wishing to improve their skills.
What you'll get
  • Apron to borrow.
  • Plenty of tools and equipment needed to create your ceramics to take home.
What to bring
  • There is an additional charge for each pound of clay that you use.
  • Clay can be washed out of clothes, but for peace of mind wear something which you don't mind getting messy in.
Suitable for

This class is great for a team building activity, birthday, hen do or stag do.

This would also be a nice gift for her, gift for mum or anniversary gift.


Former Willesden Green Police Station, 96 High Road, London, NW10 2PP

Your teacher
Ronaldo Wiltshire

Ronaldo Wiltshire

Ronaldo is a London based ceramic artist and lecturer at Morley North Kensington College.

He is born to two Barbadian potters and specialises in creating functional and decorative ceramic art, often finished in his own developed glaze formulas.

He was a contestant on Channel 4's 2020 Great Pottery Throw Down and loves throwing on the potter’s wheel as well as using hand-building techniques to create sculptural pieces.

“Working with clay is not my job, it’s how I express my inner thoughts and deep feelings. I use the studio as therapy and it brings so much joy to share this gift with others.”

Your host

“The Hand is the cutting edge of the mind.”

That quote, taken from Jacob Bronowski’s ’The Ascent of Man’, is something we firmly believe in here at Create Space London.

Our aim is to provide people of all ages with access to and understanding of both traditional skills and some of the latest technologies involved in art and design.

We believe that the creative process fosters innovation in all areas of learning, business and culture as well as helping meet the practical challenges of life in the twenty-first century.

This is above all an exercise in communal sustainability and shared creativity and problem-solving.

More about this class

This class is new, and is covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

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