Plant Pot Ceramic Painting Class

Learn how to paint your own terracotta plant pot at this meditative Brighton class.

2 hours Class size 6 to 30     label £35
Let your creativity run wild with this exciting ceramic painting class in Brighton! You'll learn to paint and customise a mini terracotta plant pot and get a little plant to live in it!
This relaxing workshop makes a great addition to any birthday party or team building session. You'll get a wide selection of acrylic paints to decorate your terracotta pot and metallic foils to add some sparkle.
From squiggles and dots to dogs, leaves and scenes, you can paint and draw whatever makes you happy on your piece. Your friendly guide, Amy, will provide inspiration cards but please feel free to bring ideas with you or see what you feel like making on the night.
Whether you're a beginner or a more experienced artist, you'll finish this painting class with a unique terracotta pot perfectly suited to you, ready to home your new plant pal.
Knowledge required
What you'll get
All the materials needed to paint a mini terracotta plant pot to take home.
What to bring
Ideas and inspiration for painting (optional).
Suitable for

This class is great for a hen do.


The Joker (Upstairs) 2 Preston Rd, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN1 4QF

Plant Pot Ceramic Painting Class location
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Cult Milk
Cult Milk

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I started Cult Milk in 2015 as a way of putting on events to showcase female artists. It was all about creating a supportive non-judgemental space with incredible women.
Over the years Cult Milk has naturally evolved to be a person driven company where the focus is on inclusive creative workshops and community. Something I passionately love about my work is the array of different people I get to meet, though no matter how lovely and successful they are in their own field of work I often hear the phrase: "I won't be any good at this because I'm not creative." There is a common misbelief that we learn at school - if you're not 'good' at drawing then you're not creative. Creativity can be found in everyone. We are born with a sense of exploration and play and it's my job to encourage people to rediscover that joy in themselves, regardless of their age.
2024-08-02 15:00:00
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