Group Hand Building Pottery Workshop

Bring the whole gang to play with clay at this hand-building pottery class in London.



2 hours Class size 6 to 35     label £32 (£100 per class surcharge applies for private classes)

Whether you're looking for London team-building activities your crew will actually enjoy or you want creative hen party ideas to kick off your festivities, bring your group to this pottery class in London and learn to make useful, beautiful items using clay hand-building techniques.

Using just your hands, some professional tools and the clay itself, you and your group will enjoy the soothing, meditative practice of sculpting with clay. Starting with extruded coils of clay, you'll transform this elemental material into anything from cups and mugs to small vases, soap dishes, candle holders and more. You'll also get to decorate/paint with a selection of 8 colours! What's more, this is a BYO event, so you can come prepared with your favourite beverages to enjoy during the class — a brilliant way to break the ice and get the party started!

Even if this is your first time trying out pottery, you'll have plenty of support from your talented hosts, who'll be around to provide inspiration, advice and a helping hand if needed. Ideal for groups of all ages and abilities, you'll each leave the class with your handmade ceramic item, some nifty new sculpting techniques and plenty of wonderful memories with your friends or colleagues.

At the end of the session your sculpted piece will be professionally glazed and fired for you to gift or use at home!

Please note: The teacher can accommodate 6-25 participants at their studio. If you want to book for a larger group of 25-100 people, the teacher is mobile to a location of your choice anywhere in London.

A surcharge of £100 applies to workshops outside our studio, covering transportation and congestion costs, etc.


Knowledge required
Beginners all welcome
 
What you'll get
All the tools and clay to hand build a pottery item of your choice to take home, after firing in the kiln.
 
What to bring
BYOB! Or order as many as you like from Deliveroo, Getir etc and the party is on!
 
Suitable for

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

Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 4 years old).

An adult must accompany any attending kids, and must pay for a separate ticket.

Location

The Ceramicists - Unit 4G, 90 Haymerle Road, London, SE15 6SB

Your teacher can also travel within 6 miles of London, to a venue of your choice for a private class

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Maison S.Sommet
Maison S.Sommet

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Stephanie Sommet is a highly experienced and acclaimed ceramicist with over 15 years of expertise. Paris-born, with a background in architecture, in 2014 she ventured to London, where she established her one-of-a-kind ceramic design studio.

This year the studio was chosen for sponsorship by prominent brands IKEA and H&M, as part of Atelier 100—a program that champions London's most exciting creatives.

Stephanie's approach to ceramics is driven by playful experimentation, a philosophy that has significantly influenced her collaborations and projects. Her renown within the arts and ceramics industry stems from her unique understanding of the medium.

She has undertaken projects in collaboration with distinguished artists and renown institutions such as the Whitechapel Gallery, Ace Hotel, Bankside Hotel, and The Shard, to name just a few.

Today, Stephanie shares her passion and expertise, not only through her own creative work but also by teaching. Her vision is embodied by the brand Maison S. Sommet.

The design team at the studio takes a distinctive approach to ceramics, dedicated to exploring the limitless possibilities of clay. Each piece produced at Maison S. Sommet is an embodiment of the new-age ceramics, embracing imperfections, and eschewing traditional mass-produced flawlessness.

Stephanie's work is deeply rooted in her love for the material and the creative process, consistently pushing the boundaries of ceramics.

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