The pottery workshop, led by Jeremy Wyatt, gives students an opportunity to create functional, fun and abstract objects in a relaxing and supportive environment. Students can get messy exploring different textures with their hands to express themselves and their creativity.
Using new and recycled clay, we use a variety of methods to produce cups, bowls, and unique artworks for the households and local community. Students develop their fine motor skills, learn to help load up and empty the electric kiln and respond to the seasons. For example, in the summer months, students use leaves to create patterns in the work that they produce.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
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- “I have been very lucky to see the new workshops and houses become a reality. It has been talked about for a long time and it is great to see it happen. There has been quite a bit of upheaval along the way and the residents have coped with it brilliantly. However it has all been worthwhile and you just have to pop into Sycamore or Garden House to see that the residents think so too.” (Irene McLaren, Amber House Leader)