Pottery Wheel Taster Class - Date Edition

Are you looking for a creative date idea? Look no further.



2 hours Class size 1 to 2     label £60
Romantic Pottery Date in London
Dinner and Art Combined Imagine delectable Hungarian cuisine while creating pottery on a romantic date. Add a culinary twist to your artistic evening, munching on appetizers or enjoying a full meal accompanied by a complimentary glass of wine.
/ The food is optional, it isn’t included in the price/
Create Art Together in London
Fulfill a shared dream – crafting art from clay in the heart of London.
If you've ever fantasized about pottery, this enchanting introduction offers the perfect chance. In just two delightful hours, immerse yourselves in the world of pottery, learning the secrets of clay and the magic of pottery tools. Master the delicate art of shaping a simple, elegant cylinder on the potter's wheel.
A Unique Experience of Creativity and Joy
This exclusive experience is not just about creativity it's about the joy of shared discovery. Feel the exhilaration of working on the potter's wheel, learning essential techniques hand in hand. It's the ideal beginning to your journey into ceramics, setting the stage for future adventures.
All-Inclusive Pottery Session
All the materials you need for your artistic endeavour will be waiting for you. Our friendly instructor will guide you with invaluable advice, nurturing your creativity. For an enhanced experience, enjoy a meal during your pottery session. Imagine savouring delectable Hungarian cuisine while you create, adding a delightful culinary element to your date. Complement your meal with a complimentary glass of wine to enhance the ambience.
Flexible Scheduling and Pricing
If you can spare an additional hour or two, decorate your creations immediately, or arrange a follow-up session with Mihaly for decorating and glazing. The cost of £60 covers the entire experience, ensuring you have everything you need to embark on this pottery adventure.
Book Your Private Pottery Date
To ensure every participant has a unique and intimate experience, we offer private sessions only. Secure your spot by reserving a private session today.
Knowledge required
Beginner-friendly
 
What you'll get
All the materials and tools to make four to five pieces of pottery per person.
 
What to bring
Please note:
It is easier to do pottery with shorter nails because you need to use your fingertips throughout the process. If possible, please arrive with shorter nails so you can use your fingertips fully. Thank you!
Location

The Rosemary Organic Hungarian Restaurant - New Cross Gate, SE14 5AA, England

Pottery Wheel Taster Class - Date Edition location
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Your teacher
Mihaly Herczeg
Mihaly Herczeg

5.0 (90)

My name is Mihaly Herczeg and I am an entrepreneur, maker, who likes experiments and challenges at the same time. I fell in love with clay, especially with porcelain when I started to learn throwing.
After years of practicing and playing, I designed and made all of the tableware in my restaurant, at The Rosemary. Throwing is like being in your self-made world. I realised that many people would like to have this experience with the clay. I have started to teach during the pandemic and I enjoyed that as much as the throwing itself.
I can offer a taster session or a beginner course, which includes 4lessons and takes you through making basic shapes, finishing, glazing and firing too. My classes are different than others because is a small class with max. 7 people and I can give you all the help, tips, correcting mistakes, what I made before (for example: breathing well is crucial at throwing). Also, if you sign up for any of my classes, you will be a part of the thrower students online hub, which can help you to be motivated, inspired and following each other progress.
As both a teacher and studio owner, it's crucial for me to provide young pottery artists with opportunities to gain practical teaching experience. That's why, in January, I welcomed Jago Rushton, a Cornish Ceramic Designer studying at Central Saint Martins School of Art, to join my studio. Inspired by Moroccan geometry and ancient Roman and Greek pottery, Jago brings a contemporary flair to his work. His passion lies in sharing his skills and nurturing others' appreciation for this remarkable art form.

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