Clay Hand Building Class: Make a Plant Pot

Learn to make a cute clay pot at this relaxed craft class in London!



1.5 hours Class size 5 to 35     label £25 (£15 per class surcharge applies for private classes)

Need a relaxing way to unwind? Carve out some time in your week to learn how to make pottery! It's a must-do in London for all you creatives out there or those looking for fun group activities with their pals.

Led by an experienced pottery teacher, this engaging and hands-on class will help you learn all about the different stages of air-dried clay as you shape and mould your materials into the perfect DIY plant pot. Once assembled, you'll get to customise your finished piece using extra clay and colourful acrylic paints to create a one-of-a-kind piece of pottery artwork!

As you sink your hands into the cooling clay, the tension in your shoulders will drop, and your worries will disappear. Working with clay is a great way to refresh the mind as you nurture your creative side and spend time with your favourite people.

You'll end this soothing experience with a new understanding of pottery making and a beautiful handmade plant pot, ideal as a keepsake or unique gift.


Knowledge required
Beginner-friendly
 
What you'll get
  • 1kg of air-dry clay
What to bring
  • An apron or wear old clothes
Suitable for

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

Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 10 years old). Adult accompaniment is not required.


Suzanart Pottery adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines. They won't run this class if they've had a continuous cough, a high temperature, or a loss of or change in their normal sense of taste or smell, in the last 14 days.

Additional precautions taken: My studio classes are for max 2 people and I ask participants to wear a mask.

Location

Your teacher can travel within 10 miles of London

Your teacher
Suzanart Pottery
Suzanart Pottery

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Suzan fell in love with clay in her early teens in Turkey but didn't have the chance to get her hands dirty until after she came to London and enrolled on a part-time course in 2004. After finishing her BTEC certification classes in Kensington and Chelsea college Suzan practised her pottery in a studio share in Kilburn.

In 2017 Suzan finally opened her own studio in Plaistow where she designs and creates all of her own work which is inspired by her mixed family background, travels and love for natural objects. Her homeware collection offers a handcrafted alternative to daily life otherwise filled with mass-produced items.

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Oliver Webster Dec 2021


Brilliant class, everyone had great fun, and Suzan was helpful and accommodating as we had some people having to join over zoom. Thanks!

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